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Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland Oregon Mar 11-12, 2015

I went on a wonderful trip to Ashland Oregon with fellow members of OLLI – Eugene Springfield (Osher Life Long Learning Institute) to attend three plays in two days. 447 more words

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July 20 - 24, 2015: A Radical Approach to Composition & Performance with Stephanie Skura at Ponderosa, Tanzland Festival 2015

July 20 – 24, 2015

Mon – Fri: 4 hours a day (Schedule TBA)
Fee: 170€ , Registration before June 15th: 150€

This workshop is designed in progression with the previous workshop week at Tanzfabrik in Berlin. 536 more words

Workshops

July 31 - August 6, 2015: OSF Retreat Week with Stephanie Skura in western Wales

July 31 – August 6, 2015

Arrivals: 4pm Friday, July 31
Departure: 2pm Thursday, August 6

6-day workshop in a forest studio, staying in woodland cabins, to immerse in Open Source Forms & creative process. 135 more words

Workshops

Four for Four

As of tonight’s Pericles preview, the score is OSF, 4; everyone else in the world, 0.

To recap, we’ve been watching (on a LARGE screen with a really good sound system, to be as fair as possible) what are regarded as some of the best (or only) filmed/taped versions the stories OSF is producing this year:  484 more words

Tourists

July 16 - 19, 2015: Open Source Forms & Improvisation with Stephanie Skura at Tanzfabrik, Berlin 2015

July 20 – 24, 2015

Open Source Forms Intensive: Freedom + Rigor + Courage 
Thursday – Sunday,  10 AM -12:00 PM  and 2:30 – 5:30 PM… 274 more words

Workshops

Hero, Defined

In most productions of Much Ado About Nothing, the Hero character is anything but: shy and retiring, swept along by the events and other (mostly male) characters, and with about as much character development as a scrim. 201 more words

Tourists

The Morning Report: February (Accidental Theatre Edition)

Sometimes I think that I’ll post something during the hours that I should actually be awake.  And then I laugh at myself, go do something else, and come back to post at 12:30am.  667 more words

The Morning Report