Smoke from wildfires has now caused the Oregon Shakespeare Festival to cancel two outdoor performances.
The smoke was so bad in Ashland Tuesday night that the Festival had to canceled its performance of the Bard’s Cymbeline.
Communication manager Amy Richard says that was the first time the festival has ever canceled a show because of smoke. But this afternoon, the festival cancelled Wednesday’s outdoor performance of “The Heart of Robin Hood.”
People holding tickets to shows cancelled due to smoke have a week to ask for a refund, exchange their tickets for a later performance, or get a voucher for a future performance.