Oregon Shakespeare Festival


The Elizabethan Stage comes during the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.


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Founded in 1935, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland delivers 11 plays over the course of a year, as well as a theater education program. Here are the plays at the three major venues for 2010. For current information, visit osfashland.org.

Angus Bowmer Theatre
Hamlet (Feb. 19–Oct. 30)
Pride and Prejudice (Feb. 21–Oct. 31)
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Feb. 20–July 4)
She Loves Me (Apr. 21–Oct. 30)
Throne of Blood (July 21–Oct. 31)

New Theatre
Well (Feb. 25–June 18)
Ruined (Mar. 24–Oct. 31)
American Night (June 29–Oct. 31)

Elizabethan Stage/Allen Pavilion
Twelfth Night (June 1–Oct. 8)
Henry IV, Part One (June 2, Oct. 9)
The Merchant of Venice (June 3–Oct. 10)

Photography courtesy T. Charles Erickson/Oregon Shakespeare Festival

This article was first published in March 2010. Some facts may have aged gracelessly. Please call ahead to verify information.

If You're Going: 

For more information, contact Oregon Shakespeare Festival: 15 S. Pioneer Street, Ashland, Ore., osfashland.org. Ticket Sales: (541) 482-4331, (800) 219-8161.

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