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Barnstormers Theatre announces its upcoming 2021-2022 season, celebrating the community theatre’s 70 th anniversary. The season, which runs from August 2021 until June 2022, will include six plays that have never been done before on the Barnstormers stage. The 2021-2022 season will begin with William Shakespeare’s classical comedy “A Midsummer

Rogue Theater Company presents A Doll’s House, Part 2. With razor- sharp dialogue, A Doll’s House, Part 2 provokes questions about marriage, gender inequality, and the meaning of liberation in insightful and often hilarious ways. You don’t have to see Part 1 to enjoy this play. Outdoors and socially distanced

A new play by Inda Craig-Galván BERTH BREACH/BREECH BIRTH to be presented by Ashland New Plays Festival Ashland New Plays Festival will present Berth Breach/Breech Birth, a new play by award-winning playwright Inda Craig-Galván, for two performances only on April 24 and 25. Directed by Kyle Haden, Berth Breach/Breech Birth explores the world of

Barnstormers Theatre Opens Up More Spots for Students in their Classes for Theatre Artists GRANTS PASS – Barnstormers Theatre, Oregon’s longest continuously operating community theatre, continues to fulfill its long-standing mission of providing entertainment and education opportunities to Southern Oregon with the return of its popular theatre workshop series. Workshops

Tickets are now on sale to watch live at the theatre for the Barnstormers production of Ken Ludwig’s murder mystery “Postmortem,” directed by Steven Sabel. “Postmortem” will perform 7:30 pm Saturdays and 2:00 pm Sundays, April 10-25. The play will be performed live to a limited audience capacity of 28

Tickets are now on sale to live stream the first play of 2021 on the Barnstormers stage and screen, Ken Ludwig’s murder mystery “Postmortem,” directed by Steven Sabel. “Postmortem” will perform 7:30 pm Saturdays and 2:00 pm Sundays, April 10-25. Performances will be live streamed via ShowTix4U, and will hopefully

Back by Popular Demand: Ashland New Plays Festival presents encore of Lonesomes by Octavio Solis After a successful two-day run of Lonesomes by Octavio Solis in February, Ashland New Plays Festival is bringing the play back for an encore with the release of a newly recorded performance, available to stream on demand this March

Written in isolation for a virtual world, LONESOMES includes companion pieces CONRADO featuring Armando Durán and PAISLEY BLUE featuring Isabel Pask. In these intimate, lyrical portraits, a father and daughter, separated by more than lockdowns and travel restrictions, grapple with the past and what it means for their future. Each

Written in isolation for a virtual world, LONESOMES includes companion pieces CONRADO featuring Armando Durán and PAISLEY BLUE featuring Isabel Pask. In these intimate, lyrical portraits, a father and daughter, separated by more than lockdowns and travel restrictions, grapple with the past and what it means for their future. Each

Ashland New Plays Festival presents new work by Octavio Solis February 27 and 28. Ashland New Plays Festival will present a virtual performance of new play Lonesomes by Octavio Solis on Saturday, February 27, at 7:00 pm PT and Sunday, February 28, at 2:00 pm PT, directed by ANPF’s Artistic Director Jackie