Letter: ‘Time to change the OSF bylaws?

September 5, 2022

Time to change the Oregon Shakespeare Festival bylaws — or the meaning of “primarily”?

From the OSF website: “RESTATED BYLAWS OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION (Adopted March 8, 2019)

“ARTICLE I – NAME AND PURPOSES 

“1. The name of this organization, which is a non-profit, public-benefit corporation, is Oregon Shakespeare Festival Association. The Association is dedicated to presenting dramatic productions of high professional quality. The Association is primarily oriented toward productions of the works of William Shakespeare. It also encourages and sponsors productions of other dramatic works.”

Tom Woosnam

Ashland

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