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Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Spring 2016

Nina, Ahry and I just enjoyed a long weekend in Ashland where we saw four of the six plays currently being performed: “Twelfth Night,” “Great Expectations,” “The River Bride” and “Roe.” Here are our—or at least my—thoughts. “Twelfth Night” is a slap-stick version set in 1930’s Hollywood, and of the four was our least favorite. The acting, music and costuming were a pleasure but the production felt frivolous overall. The remaining three are all world premieres. “Great Expectations” was adapted … Continue reading

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