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On the Bricks, July 2019

Go Down the Rabbit Hole with Alice in Wonderland 

If you have yet to experience the magical world of OSF’s Alice in Wonderland, get a sneak peek at what you’ve been missing with the trailer. "We invite you to ignite your imagination and meet us in that magical space between the stage and your seat where anything is possible,” says director Sara Bruner. Join us in Wonderland.

“This production is incredibly imaginative & creative,” raved @BostonBruinsTIDon Twitter.

#AliceinWonderlandOSF was absolutely magical!” proclaimed @G_Gauntt. “The entire ensemble was so expressive and engaging and @sarathebrune’s directorial vision was so clear and brilliant! Such a beautiful way to start my week at @osfashland!

Subscribe to Rush Ticket Updates Via Text

Don’t miss out on great last-minute deals to OSF! Just text OSFRUSH to 41411 to subscribe to the daily list of $40 Rush shows—sent right to your phone, via text message.

And this summer, for a limited time, OSF Rush tickets will be available for purchase over the phone! Just call the Box Office at 800-219-8161 to reserve your $40 Rush tickets any time after noon on the day of a show. Or you can visit the Box Office at 15 South Pioneer Street in Ashland.

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Stanford University MLA

Stanford University’s Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) Program offers students the opportunity to pursue an interdisciplinary course of study in the liberal arts. Designed with busy adults in mind, this part-time graduate degree program holds classes in the evenings and offers a flexible academic schedule. The program covers history, literature, political science, and more. The next information session is Thursday, August 15. For further information and to register for the session, please go to:

Jacksonville Oregon

Nestled in the foothills of Oregon’s Rogue Valley, our little town of Jacksonville is an unexpected nexus for wine tasting, scenic recreating, tasty eating. Stay in one of our small-batch B&Bs, inns, and lodges and enjoy the historic sites, shopping and more. With only independently owned businesses this is a place you will appreciate.

Jacksonville, OR

HowlRound Celebrates Octavio Solis

Mother Road playwright Octavio Solis was featured this month in HowlRound’s A Lover’s Guide to American Playwrights. In the essay, Todd London wrote, “Reading Octavio’s plays is like plunging into someone else’s dream, someone else’s nightmare, the mythological tangle of another life, a twisted history that’s your own and not your own. …”

Mother Road charts the tortuous road to a whole new kind of repatriation, and at journey’s end the arrival is weary, elegiac, and full of a hope that can only come with facing the real-real.” Read the full essay at HowlRound, and don’t miss Mother Road.

Join us for OSF OUT Weekend July 26-July 28

Please join us for the fourth annual OSF OUT Weekend in Ashland, Friday, July 26–Sunday, July 28.

OSF OUT Weekend is an opportunity to engage with our LGBTQ+ and ally audiences. With the participation of the local Rogue Valley queer community and visiting theatergoers, OSF OUT aims to cultivate lasting relationships and connections between our company and audiences.

OSF Out Weekend Schedule:

Friday July 26
9:00 p.m. Celebration of Stonewall, Hearsay Lounge & Garden

Saturday July 27
8:30 p.m. Out Weekend Ball, Black Swan Theatre, $5 cover

Sunday, July 28
11:15 a.m., Panel Discussion: The World We Portray: LGBTQ+, Carpenter Hall
11:00 p.m. MisCast Concert, Black Swan Theatre

Those attending OSF OUT Weekend can also get $30 tickets to several of the weekend’s shows: Indecent at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, July 26 or Saturday, July 27; Mother Road at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 27; As You Like It at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 28; and Hairspray at 8 p.m. on Sunday, July 28. Use promo code 19950.

OSF Invites You to a Community Call on Monday

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival invites you to a Community Call on Monday, July 22, where we will distribute and present our 2018 Annual Report: Festival Forward.

Community Call will begin at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, July 22, in the Angus Bowmer Theatre. Acting Executive Director Paul Christy, Incoming Artistic Director Nataki Garrett, and Director of Development Torrie Allen will speak at the event. Topics will include the 2018 Annual Report and OSF's future, followed by an opportunity for patrons to ask questions if time allows.

The event is free, but tickets are required. They can be reserved online or at the Box Office, 800-219-8161.

* Tickets are subject to availability.

Other News and Events

  • The Great Society—an American Revolutions co-commission (with Seattle Repertory Theatre) and OSF world premiere in 2014—will open on Broadway in September. The play, written by Tony-and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan, is a sequel to All The Way—also an OSF commission—which premiered at OSF and eventually moved to Broadway, where it starred Bryan Cranston and won multiple Tony Awards. The Great Society will open September 6 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater, and will be directed by OSF Artistic Director Bill Rauch, who directed the OSF and Broadway productions of All the Way and the OSF production of The Great Society.

  • Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles—which was produced at OSF in 2017—is currently running at the Public Theatre in New York, starring Sabina Zuniga Varela, who also played the lead role of Medea in OSF’s production. Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles was written by Luis Alfaro, OSF’s Mellon Playwright in Resident. The Public Theatre’s production is directed by Chay Yew, who directed this season’s Cambodian Rock Band at OSF. 

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