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OSF Announces Return of 'Green Show' Performances

Free entertainment is returning to the "bricks" of Ashland six a nights a week starting June 15.

Posted: Apr 19, 2018 5:27 PM

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Shakespeare Festival will kick off their 2018 Green Show performances on June 15 with the improvised Shakespeare of Shrew, according to a statement from the organization.

Since the Green Show is fundamentally outdoors, it will coincide with the opening of the outdoor Allen Elizabethan Theatre—and will stay open through October 14, six nights a week at 6:45 p.m.

MORE: The complete schedule of Green Show performers can be found here, on the OSF website.

“As this year’s curators, we were eager to lean into the Green Show’s deep tradition of presenting diverse and collaborative seasons, and remain committed to the venue’s cornerstones of community, representation and collaboration,” say co-Interim Community Producers Jess Carr and Cassie Fetty.

The 2018 Green Show season includes the return of a collaboration with Southern Oregon University through which SOU acting students build and perform an unfiltered kids-view of Shakespeare on July 31 and Aug. 2.

The lineup also features three collaborations with the Britt Festival: the Britt Guitar Trio on June 17; Sounds and Sweet Airs featuring OSF artist Miriam A. Laube, Britt Music Director Teddy Abrams and guests July 29; and the Britt Orchestra String Fellows Aug. 5.

“The 2018 Green Show is a composition of cultural richness with notes from an array of geographic and social communities. We are excited to welcome an eclectic variety of new artists this season, like singer-songwriter and activist Raye Zaragoza and Bay Area interdisciplinary arts collective Jazz Mafia Kinesthesia, as well as a number of returning favorites such as Phoenix and Four Directions, the international award-winning Taiwanese musical group A Moving Sound and so much more. We hope to see you on the Bricks!”

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