September 2–14, 2019

All-Theatre … All the Time

12 days. 10 plays at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. 26 lectures/discussions. If you just can’t get enough live theatre in a beautiful setting, this program is for you!

This 12-night theatre journey includes 10 plays that range from Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It to the John Steinbeck–inspired play Mother Road (a world premiere by Octavio Solis) to Christiana Andersen’s Hansberry Award–winning play How to Catch Creation and the runaway hit musical Cambodian Rock Band. The hit Broadway musical Hairspray, two OSF American Revolutions Commissions, the Tony-nominated Indecent by Paula Vogel, and the world premiere of Between Two Knees by the sketch comedy group the 1491s complete our Bowmer and Thomas Theatre productions. Top your journey off by joining us under the stars of the Allen Elizabethan Theatre with productions of Shakespeare’s popular tragedy Macbeth, the Bard’s bittersweet comedy All’s Well That Ends Well, and a present-day adaptation of Alice in Wonderland! Maybe you’d also like to delight in the Oregon Cabaret Theatre’s Sweeney Todd. Come join us as we celebrate Shakespeare, classics, new plays, and musicals—something to satisfy every palate!

Theatre Tickets

Dates Time Play
09/03/19 1:30 pm As You Like It
09/04/19 8:00 pm Alice in Wonderland
09/05/19 1:30 pm Between Two Knees
09/06/19 8:00 pm Macbeth
09/07/19 8:00 pm Cambodian Rock Band
09/08/19 1:30 pm How to Catch Creation
09/09/19 8:00 pm Sweeney Todd at Oregon Cabaret Theatre (optional)
09/10/19 8:00 pm All’s Well That Ends Well
09/11/19 1:30 pm Indecent
09/12/19 1:30 pm Mother Road
09/13/19 1:30 pm Hairspray

Program Fee Per Person

$2,660 Double occupancy with private bathroom
$2,960 Single occupancy with private bathroom
$2,360 Double occupancy with shared bathroom
$2,600 Single occupancy with shared bathroom
$1,820 Commuter (lodging not included)

Program Fee Includes:

PLEASE NOTE: This program requires a short walk from the residence hall to the dining hall at Southern Oregon University as well as from the theatre to a nearby restaurant for the final dinner.

Maximum number of participants: 20

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