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Oregon Shakespeare Festival devises a different approach to storytelling with ‘WillFul,’ its first foray into site-specific theater

ASHLAND, OREGON — 7/30/2011 — Director of "WillFul", Michael Rohd, center, listens to choreographer Tommy Rapley, right, while they discuss a scene during cast rehearsals for the show's opening at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Brian Feulner/ The Oregonian

ASHLAND, OREGON — 7/30/2011 — Director of "WillFul", Michael Rohd, center, listens to choreographer Tommy Rapley, right, while they discuss a scene during cast rehearsals for the show's opening at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Brian Feulner/ The Oregonian

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