Watch & Listen: In Oregon, A Theatre Thrives Despite The Downturn

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The Oregon Shakespeare Festival Celebrates it’s 75th Year


(Length: 5min 52sec)

NPR looks at the iconic festival that started as an outdoor summer theatre in 1935 and continues to thrive in the Pacific NW.

Read the full story on NPR.org

2010 Playbill – OSF’s 75th Anniversary Season:
Hamlet, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Pride and Prejudice, She Loves Me, Throne of Blood, Well, Ruined, American Night, Twelfth Night, Henry IV, Part One and The Merchant of Venice.

Visit the Oregon Shakespeare Festival website for more information.

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-Todd

Todd Courson is the Web Director at TCG and the curator of this blog. He holds both a BFA in Acting (Wright State) and an MFA in Acting (Penn State) and is continuing to enjoy the ride.