Illustration of a young woman with a stringed musical instrument carried over her shoulder standing in tall grass with trees off in the distance, and the text The Spitfire Grill, February 26-April 18th

Oregon Cabaret Theatre reopens with "The Spitfire Grill"

Anouk M. van Deursen

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Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland has reopened. “The Spitfire Grill,” the 1990s hit musical based on a movie and book of the same name, is its pandemic premiere. State COVID-19 restriction are being observed, including temperature checks at the door, limited seating to 25% of capacity, tables 6 feet apart and masks required anytime audience members are not eating. Artistic Director Valerie Rachelle joins us to share how the show is going under the safety measures and how she’s feeling about the health of theatre in Ashland more broadly.

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