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Henry V

Ashland, Oregon at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Henry V by William Shakespeare directed by Rosa Joshi Daniel José Molina (Henry V) and other cast members deliver many truly spectacular moments — especially in Act II — which make this Henry a must … Continue reading

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Destiny of Desire

Ashland, Oregon at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Destiny of Desire by Karen Zacarías directed by José Luis Valenzuela Destiny of Desire is an evening of a schlocky, cheesy, unbelievable, perfectly-executed, spectacularly entertaining, brilliantly-written live telenovela. Before I write my 1000 words … Continue reading

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Imaginary Comforts
or the Story of the Ghost of the Dead Rabbit

Berkeley, CA at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre Opening Scene of IMAGINARY COMFORTS, OR THE STORY OF THE GHOST OF THE DEAD RABBIT Imaginary Comforts or The Story of the Ghost of the Dead Rabbit by Daniel Handler (Lemony Snicket) WORLD PREMIERE … Continue reading

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The Count of Monte Cristo

Ashland, Oregon at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas Who knew that a revenge melodrama could be so much fun? Oregon Shakespeare Festival presents a sharp, finely timed, excellently acted, satisfying evening of a classic payback … Continue reading

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The Best Season Opening

Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s season opening this past weekend showcased four excellent productions.  It was the strongest festival start that I — and my more experienced Ashland friends — have experienced. Bravo! I hope to write full reviews of each performance.  But, … Continue reading

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