Oregon Shakespeare Festival 2018 brings another epic year of Theatre to Ashland, Oregon.
This coming season the Angus Bowmer Theatre brings us “Othello” directed by Bill Rauch – Passionate love in a prejudiced world. The wonderful “Sense and Sensibility” directed by Hana S Sharif a story of the heart, mind, love and the power of Sisterhood. Also “Destiny of Desire” directed by Jose Luis Valenzuela – an unapologetic telenovela in two acts and the musical loved by all ” Oklahoma!” Next is “Snow in Midsummer” directed by Justin Audibert, a vivid ghost and love story. In the Thomas Theatre another great “Henry V” directed by Rosa Joshi. Next “Manahatta” directed by Laurie Woolery, a story of parallel lives and hidden histories. Then “The Way the Mountain Moved” directed by May Adrales – at the crossroads of a young nation. Our outdoor theatre hosts “Romeo and Juliet” directed by Damaso Rodrigues, how can a love be so right and a world be so wrong? Outdoors as well is ” The Book of Will” directed by Lauren Gunderson and finally “Love’s Labor’s Lost” directed by Amanda Dehnert.
What an amazing line up we have on offer this year!
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Oregon Cabaret Theatre Once the Musical is set in present day Ireland. The show has won Best Musical and several other awards back in 2012.
This musical features an ensemble of twelve that play their own instruments onstage. This is a beautiful tribute show that features some wonderful hit songs.
Songs such as “Falling Slowly,” “If you Want Me,” and “When Your Mind’s Made Up,” will have you humming along.
Oregon Cabaret Theatre Avenue Q….
an adult Musical Comedy which is a unique show filled with adult humor and a witty score.
The Story line..
This is about a college graduate who moves into a shabby New York apartment. Of course the apartment is on Avenue Q. Here is discovers that although the residents seem nice, it is plainly clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood.
Oregon Cabaret Theatre Picasso at the Lapin Agile.
This comedy places Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso in a Parisian cafe in 1094. This was just before the renowned scientist transformed physics with his theory of relativity and the painter set the art world afire with cubism.
This is the actors’ first comedy written for the stage and he plays fast and loose with fact, fame , and fortune. Watch whilst these two geniuses muse on the century’s achievements.
Oregon Cabaret Theatre Every Christmas Story Ever Told is a madcap holiday tour-de-force of Christmas Stories.
Stories the likes of Frosty the Snowman, How the Grinch Stole Christmas and A Gift of the Magi.
Every Christmas Story Ever Told..
Includes stories of strange Christmas Traditions. Traditions from around the world. tropical pop-culture reference and, of course, every carol ever sung.
A great start to the holiday season!