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Re: Shakespeare Happenings: Festivals, Local/Regional Productions, Events, etc.


ConnieK wrote:

harleyhoney wrote:

A wonderful festival in southern Oregon.

 

http://www.osfashland.org/

 

The performance year runs from February to October with three venues.  Four Shakespeare plays:  Hamlet, Henry IV, Part 1, Twelth Night and this month's read, The Merchant of Venice.  Also, seven other plays including Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

 

Nancy


Excellent!  Love getting these posted on the board for those interested who might be in the area.

 

Thank you, harleyhoney!

 

Keep them coming, people!  :smileywink:


 

Nancy has posted during our HAMLET discussion about this same festival, so I'm reposting her note again here:

 

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~ConnieAnnKirk




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Re: Shakespeare Happenings: Festivals, Local/Regional Productions, Events, etc.

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival that many of you write about frequently here in the club has opened its season.  I write about it here.  Also, check out their website for a picture of how they're staging HAMLET.  What time period does that look like to you?  I know someone mentioned WWII. 

 

If they have set Hamlet in WWII, what would that do to the play, do you think?  Or...wait...I'll put that question in another thread! 

 

If anyone does get to go to this production, I hope you'll share your experience with us!

~ConnieAnnKirk




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