Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Weekday Wrap: Report details Oregon weather disasters, Shakespeare Festival gets $10M gift and drought conditions ease in Northeastern Oregon
Also inside: Multnomah County seeks input for the design phase of a new Burnside Bridge and Oregon Rep. Susan Bonamici introduces a bill to address Oregon's public defender crisis.
Weekday Wrap: Income inequality in Oregon; Shakespeare Festival director gets support; salmon left to rot near Cascade Locks
In other news, the life cycle of a tree in Oregon's forest products industry; Southwest Washington's housing problem; and TriMet pulls its 60-foot articulated buses from new line.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival focuses on expansion – but is not without its critics
After two years of pandemic closures, audiences are back at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, to find a season of diverse plays. But for many, change has come too soon.
Multiple Oregon Shakespeare Festival performances canceled due to COVID outbreak
Several Oregon Shakespeare Festival shows have been canceled through Sunday because of a high number of COVID-19 cases among the cast and crew.
An immersive show celebrates bingo-loving Southern Oregon civil rights leader Dr. G
With an immersive show opening later this week, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is proving that despite its name, Southern Oregon’s well-regarded repertory arts group is innovating in ways well beyond the theater tradition of the English Bard.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival seeks accessibility focus as it emerges from the COVID pandemic
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is back in full this season, with a new focus centered around greater access for patrons.
Nataki Garrett dedicates Oregon Shakespeare’s new season to ‘the artists’
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.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival announces 2022 season with 8 live, 3 digital productions
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland has announced its 2022 season lineup, as well as a significant drop in ticket prices.
ACLU sues Ashland, alleging ‘illegal arrest’ of Oregon Shakespeare Festival actor
Actor Juan Anthony Sancho was arrested and jailed by Ashland police two years ago while walking home after an evening of drinking in a downtown bar.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival to include live shows in its 2021 lineup
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.