All The World’s a Stage . . .
Theatre Instructor: TBA
Join us at in Ashland for a theatre experience that’s hard to beat! This 7-night program includes 6 plays that range from Prince Hal maturing from a young prince into a king in Shakespeare’s Henry V to Jane Austen’s beloved Sense and Sensibility and on to the genius of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s famous musical Oklahoma! Also included is Destiny of Desire aptly described as “an unapologetic and subversive telenovela for the stage”, a hilarious and heartfelt comedy in The Book of Will and Shakespeare’s tragic story of A Moorish Captain, Othello. Go behind-the-scenes with professional theatre artists and discuss their decisions and how they impact your experience of the performance.
Program includes pre- and post-show discussions with an OSF professional artist who will introduce characters and background information for each performance and provide guest instructors to help you get the most out of your theatre experience.
Please check back to see a day-by-day schedule complete with class times, meals, and theatre performances.
|06/19/18||8:00 pm||Sense and Sensibility|
|06/20/18||8:00 pm||Destiny of Desire|
|06/21/18||8:00 pm||The Book of Will|
|06/24/18||1:30 pm||Henry V|
Program Fee Per Person
|$3,484||Double occupancy with private bathroom at hotel|
|$4,019||Single occupancy with private bathroom at hotel|
|$2,948||Commuter (lodging not included)|
Program Fee Includes:
- Tickets to 6 plays at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival
- 16 lectures/discussions with OSF theatre professionals
- 7 nights’ lodging at the beautifully renovated Ashland Hills Hotel and Suites
- 16 meals (7 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners; 1 lunch and 3 dinners “on your own”)
- Final dinner at a wonderful restaurant in Ashland!
PLEASE NOTE: This program requires walking from the theatre to a nearby restaurant for the final dinner.
Maximum number of participants: 25
For information on registering for a program, please click here.
“All the world’s a stage. Some of us just have better seats.” – Professor Thadeus Mack