Some ATCA members have sent links to what they’ve written about the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, based on the ATCA annual conference, July 6-10.
We’d like to see more links – send them here.
Christopher Rawson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 31: “The Big Bard Fest in the West is more than just Shakespeare”
Joe and Ann Lemons Pollack, St. Louis Eats and Drinks with Joe and Ann Pollack: OSF
Misha Berson, Seattle Times, July 10: “Show Goes on at Ashland Festival”; SFGate, July 19: “Ghost Light”; Seattle Times, July 30: “5 plays at Oregon Shakespeare Festival: a critic’s take”
Herb Simpson, Total Theater: OSF
Jim Volz, Internet Shakespeare Editions Performance Chronicle, July 20, “Julius Caesar: Oregon Beams with Surprise, Revives Rep with Style, Tries Patience with Panache and Delivers on Death & Drama”; July 22, “Vibrant Love’s Labor’s Lost Adds Vivid Colors to Glorious Oregon Setting and Dazzling Night Skies.”
Jonathan Mandell, The Faster Times, July 17: “Harry Potter and All’s Well That End’s Well: Life-changing or Gibberish?”