OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
OSF has announced a return to live performances this fall extending, for the first time ever, through December.
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Find out more about this season's plays and Green Show events at the OSF website (www.osfashland.org).
How I Learned What I Learned
Co-conceived by Todd Kreidler
Directed by Tim Bond
Featuring Steven Anthony Jones
Originally performed by Wilson himself, How I Learned What I Learned is a heartfelt theatrical memoir charting one man’s journey of self-discovery through adversity, and what it means to be a Black artist in America.
By Mona Mansour
Directed by Evren Odcikin
West Coast Premiere
Mia, an American conflict photographer, wakes up at the site of a massacre in Syria, not sure how she got there. With her Turkish girlfriend Derya and her Californian mother Jane, Mia must slowly and painfully piece together the details of her past to find out what happened. An amazing showcase for three actresses, unseen asks what it would mean for our souls—personally and as a nation—if we were to see the impact of our actions.
By Dominique Morisseau
Directed by Nataki Garrett
American Revolutions Co-commission with Penumbra Theatre World Premiere
Sara, an enslaved woman turned Union spy, and Sandra, a brilliant professor in a modern-day private university, are facing similar struggles, though they live over a century apart. This play leaps through time to trace the identities of these two Black American women and explore the reins that racial and gender bias still hold on American systems today.
The Green Show
The Green Show stage comes back to life with concerts, dance, and community performances, on a schedule to be announced and, as always, free and open to the public.
It's Christmas, Carol
by Mark Bedard, Brent Hinkley, and John Tufts
On Christmas Eve, three ghosts take miserly theatre producer Carol Scroogenhouse through time and space to reckon with how she’s abandoned artistry for hollow commerciality. Whisked to Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, her cousin Fred’s swinging party, and a pandemic Zombie future, will Carol find her soul with the help of these apparitions? From the twisted minds of your favorite OSF clowns, this showcase of the OSF Acting Company promises to be a silly and uplifting way to mark the holidays and celebrate OSF’s return to live performance.