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Oregon Shakespeare Festival takes it outside

Enjoy the bard under the moon and stars with three plays slated for the open-air Elizabethan Stage. Here it is mid-June, and we’re already at the midpoint of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival …

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival opens the 2012 season with four plays

Overview of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's opening plays. “Romeo and Juliet” — Angus Bowmer Theatre, Feb. 24-Nov. 4 Perhaps you’ve heard of this one. It’s sad. Also romantic, passio…

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival announces plays for its 2013 season

Classics such as "King Lear" and "A Streetcar Named Desire" anchor a typically wide-ranging slate of plays next year in Ashland. T Charles Erickson/Oregon Shakespeare Fes…

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival awarded grant for next U.S. history cycle play

An Edgerton Foundation New American Play award will provide extra rehearsal time for next summer's premiere of "All the Way," about the presidency of Lyndon Johnson. The Orego…

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival announces new play commissions

New projects — featuring such acclaimed writers as Paula Vogel and Bill Cain — are in the works for the festival's ongoing U.S. history cycle and its musical-theater program. Jenny Gr…

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Oregon actress Linda Alper earns Fulbright grant to teach in Taiwan

A teaching project called "Shakespeare as a Second Language" earned a 10-month stay at Soochow University in Taipei. Owen CareyLinda Alper and Bill Geisslinger in Artists Repertory…

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival teams with Blackstone Audio on ‘Hamlet’ recording

The extraordinary 2010 production starring Dan Donohue has been released by the Ashland audiobook company. Photos by David CooperThe 2010 Oregon Shakespeare Festival production of “Hamlet,” …

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