2012 Oregon Shakespeare Festival
“One of America’s top five regional theaters”
- TIME magazine.
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s vision is to create theatre of extraordinary quality in which we proceed with daring to fulfill our artistic dreams. The 1959 Elizabethan Stage was designed by OSF Principal Scenic and Theatre Designer Richard L. Hay and patterned on London’s 1599 Fortune Theatre. The Allen Pavilion encircling the seating area and providing improved acoustics was completed in 1992.
The OSF season runs from late February through the end of October; you’ll find more to do mid-June through September, but tickets are less expensive from February through June and in October.
Angus Bowmer Theatre
Romeo and Juliet Feb. 17 – Nov. 4
Animal Crackers Feb. 19 – Nov. 4
The White Snake Feb. 18 – Jul. 8
Medea/Macbeth/Cinderella Apr. 18 – Nov. 3
All the Way Jul. 25 – Nov. 3
Seagull Feb. 23 – Jun. 22
Troilus and Cressida Mar. 28 – Nov. 4
Party People Jun. 3 – Nov. 3
Elizabethan Stage/Allen Pavilion
Henry V Jun. 5 – Oct. 12
The Very Merry Wives of Windsor, Iowa Jun. 6 – Oct. 13
As You Like It Jun. 7 – Oct. 14
Feb. 29 – Nov. 3 10:00 am, reservations required.
Lectures, concerts and other events. These ticketed events are held at noon, mid-June through September.
Informal Q and A sessions with OSF performers. Held at noon, mid-June through September, most Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays in the Bill Patton Garden, outside Elizabethan Theatre Gate I. Admission is free and no ticket is required
Shakespeare’s First Folio
One of the world’s finest copies is on loan Microsoft executive Paul Allen’s collection. Viewable Thursdays, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., mid-June through September. Tickets are required
Box Office Ticket Sales
541-482-4331 Group Sales (15 or more)