OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
The 2024 season looks fantastic! OSF has ten plays in the works for our guests to enjoy. With a wide variety of plays on the calendar, there is something for everyone. Visit the OSF website to read about the plays and see the play schedule.
Oak Hill B&B has partnered with OSF to offer ticket specials to guests who book directly with us, either on our website or over the phone. Please see your confirmation email or call the inn for details.
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) is a Tony Award-winning, not-for-profit professional theatre founded in 1935, and is among the oldest and largest professional regional repertory theatre companies in the United States.
OREGON CABARET THEATER
The 2024 season begins in a remote mansion where murder and blackmail are on the menu in Clue, the hilarious play based on the blockbuster movie and boardgame of the same name. Their next show brings more mayhem as Seymour Krelborn brings an out-of-this world plant to his little flower shop in the hit musical Little Shop of Horrors. Elle Woods is out to prove her doubters wrong as she takes Harvard law by storm in our big summer musical Legally Blonde. And then they take their Sherlock Holmes series back to the very beginning in Sherlock Holmes and the Study in Scarlet, as Holmes and Watson meet and work their first case together. And for their final show, they are bringing back Pine Mountain Lodge, a musical comedy that combines classic standards from the 30s and 40s, an old hotel that needs to be saved, and a pair of quarreling vaudeville ghosts.
The Oregon Cabaret Theater is another fantastic option for guests. We thoroughly enjoy performances at the Cabaret. It is an intimate venue housed in what was once an old pink church. Guests can enjoy dinner at the theater before the show or dine at one of the wonderful restaurants nearby in downtown Ashland. Dessert and beverages are available at intermission regardless, but should be ordered before the show begins.
ROGUE THEATER COMPANY
The Rogue Theater Company is a local favorite, but one that we highly recommend. Their productions are small, but mighty, and hosted at Ashland’s own Grizzly Peak Winery. They will be announcing their 2024 season in January. Stay tuned!