Oregon Shakespeare Soon to go Hybred

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) is planning an ambitious array of programming in digital and live production for its 2021 season. The combination of multi-format programming is a celebration of OSF’s continued commitment to presenting world-class theatre on its stages and its recent foray into groundbreaking digital programming, introducing fans, supporters, and new audiences worldwide to the company’s award-winning artistry. The 2021 season features classics and new works streaming from the OSF archives, and imaginative and illuminating plays that will be presented live this fall. The company’s season will extend into January for the first time with OSF’s first winter special: It’s Christmas, Carol!

The live productions will also include August Wilson’s How I learned What I Learned.  All live performances will be subject to health department guidelines and government restrictions on large gatherings. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and uncertainties associated with it, OSF will hold off announcing specific dates and ticket sales for onstage productions until there is more clarity around reopening, gathering, and social distancing guidelines. All onstage events are subject to change.

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