Nataki Garrett took on her new role as Oregon Shakespeare Festival's artistic director in 2019. Within months the coronavirus shuttered all of her theatres for more than a year. Now the Festival is reopening, and Garrett is excited to announce a full season of shows for 2022.
It’s been nearly a year since the Oregon Shakespeare Festival had live performances on its stages because of the coronavirus pandemic. Now the festival has announced that its new season will have a creative mix of digital and live productions.
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Britt Music and Arts Festival are two regional arts organizations expected to benefit from $15 billion in federal grants set aside in the coronavirus relief bill passed by Congress Monday.