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Women in Charge

Two playwrights, Kate Hamill and Karen Zacarías, prove that female characters are limited neither by their senses nor their destiny.

Two theatremakers coming to OSF next season assemble new work out of existing genres with women’s voices, for women performers.

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We thought it might be helpful if you could in one place all the organizations that George Soros’ billions have created and maintain. When you have absorbed this list, you will then have a pretty good idea how much Soros controls, and how unbelievably influential this man and his New World Order on American politics. 7,272 more words


How Oregon Shakespeare Festival Got Attention of Tonys, Pulitzers

The 82-year-old Oregon Shakespeare Festival has become an important incubator for original plays outside of Broadway.

The small town of Ashland, Ore., lies just over the California border in the forested foothills of the Siskiyou and Cascade mountain ranges. 43 more words

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John Dehlin and the women problem

In the last few days, there has been a bit of an uptick in discussion regarding John Dehlin. A number of minor (and arguably a few major) revelations have come out of it, but in thinking about the overall impression that I’ve gotten from observing discussions in widely disparate corners of the internet, I think the takeaway is that John Dehlin has a women problem. 7,619 more words

206 U.S. organizations funded by George Soros

In what’s probably the most comprehensive list online regarding the George Soros espionage network within America, the devil lies within the details.

Global Geopolitics has, on the  7,375 more words


Well Played, OSF, Well Played

I’ve been to Ashland for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival several times now. It’s always pretty amazing because it’s consistently world class theater, but one year I went and it just seemed a little bit odd. 1,185 more words

Day In The Life

Soros Funded Protests In Moscow Warned Are Yet Another “Prelude To War”

With the United States being so fearful of mass protests that they’ve established what are called “Free Speech Zones” more resembling prison yards, Germany frequently… 1,405 more words