Ashland Rodeway Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... coming January and February! Joe Haj, who created this production of Pericles, is about to become the new director of the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, and he is taking Pericles on the road, with the same staging, cast and crew. Don't miss it!
On Thursday morning we met Barzin Akhavan, another OSF actor who generously shared his life story with us. His family brought him from Iran to Seattle, where ...
... Wilson. Tyrone has been with OSF for 20 seasons, and plays several parts in Much Ado about Nothing. He and Suzanne Witucki, an Ashland resident and longtime Shakespeare teacher, introduced us to the characters and story of Antony and Cleopatra, or C & A, as they called it, which we would see this evening. We also met Christiana Clark, a terrific actor we would be seeing in both C&A ...
Ashland Oregon, June 20th
Extraordinary! I have just attended the most odd Shakespeare production I think I have ever seen.
The venue: The Allen Elizabethan Theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Imagine Wimbledon Centre Court (sans roof) cut in half with a four storey half-timbered house along the netline and a stage plonked in front. Thus only the actors and the most expensive seats get wet.
The set: Like a reject from The ...
Fri, Aug 23, 2013 at 1:06 PM1:06 PMMessage starreArtycottage – That’s the name of they place where we’re staying in Ashland. It’s about 7 miles (about15 minutes) outside of town, but worth the trip. It is one of the most artfully done places I’ve ever been. (you can see pictures on their website -- http://www.artycottage.com/www.artycott age.com/Welcome.html)
Booth and I have ...
... The evening was a disappointment. We got rush seats to a thing called The Very Merry Wives of Windsor, Iowa. We certainly expected a farce, but it turned out to be a totally inane and boorish conceit around Iowa’s approval of gay marriage. There was over the top and all too “clever” references to lesbian couples switching back and forth, and a silly charicature of one male homosexual (one got the impression that lesbians were easier ...