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July 24, 2024

Theater

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Rogue Theater Company unveils star-studded 2024 season lineup

After Rogue Theater Company’s record-setting 2023 season, topping it might be hard to believe. Believe it. At a reveal party for donors Saturday, Jan. 6, RTC announced its 2024 season, showcasing a roster of actors and directors that reads like a who’s who of Oregon Shakespeare Festival troupers.

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Sage on Stage

Sage on Stage: Why ‘break a leg’?

Sage on Stage: In which we find out what both Abraham Lincoln and Sarah Bernhardt might have to do with the “break a leg” saying — and tricks actors use to memorize lengthy scripts.

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Events

‘The Nutcracker,’ a holiday classic, returns

Tickets are selling out quickly for a holiday favorite, “The Nutcracker” ballet, which will be offered eight times on the second and third weekends of December by Studio Roxander at the Crater Performing Arts Center in Central Point.

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Events

Review: Kraft explores the Bard’s ‘First Folio’

Review: This month a good part of the English-speaking world celebrated the 400th anniversary of the publication of the first collected edition of Shakespeare’s plays, the First Folio. Rounding off this month’s First Folio series of events at the Ashland Public Library are a talk Tuesday and concert Thursday.

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Latest news

OSF announces casting for 2024 season

Ahead of the kickoff of 2024 ticket sales Friday, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival announced casting for most of its shows on Wednesday. Ten shows will be produced on three stages from March 19 to Oct. 13, 2024.

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Latest posts

Butler-Perozzi Fountain work moves ahead

The fundraising campaign for the restoration of the historic Butler-Perozzi fountain in Lithia Park is nearing completion following a $20,000 grant awarded by the State Historic Preservations Office’s Preserving Oregon Grant Program.  

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Poetry Corner: Where we’re from, where we live

Poetry Corner: Both of today’s poems speak to the importance of community and identity. Louise M. Paré’s poem tells how the connection to her ancestral homeland of Ukraine continues to shape her persona. Seth Kaplan’s recent move from the Applegate to Talent describes how he has easily become attached to his new place and discovered the “us” in his community.

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