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Shrek The Musical at the Craterian


Shrek The Musical

Shrek The Musical

Shrek The Musical

This hilarious, high-spirited Broadway hit draws its inspiration from the hugely popular movie, a sardonically witty, yet touching fractured fairy tale featuring a lovable ogre, a wise-cracking donkey, a pint-sized, big-headed villain, and a damsel in distress, who is more than she seems.

Boasting a book and score by award-winning writers Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire, Shrek the Musical is family entertainment at its most sublime!

13 March 2013 at 7:30 PM

Presented by: Craterian Performances

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March 6th, 2013

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Ashland Farmer’s Market 2013 Season


Ashland Farmer's Market

Ashland Farmer’s Market

Ashland Farmer’s Market Starts 3/12

Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market” opening day is March 12!  For the valley’s best  locally grown produce, flowers, and plants, as well as ready-made specialty foods, cheese, meats, baked goods, wine and hand-made arts and crafts.

Every Tuesday starting 8:30–1:30 at the National Guard Armory out on 1420 E. Main. Not to be confused with the Historic Armory in the Railroad District!  For more information go their webpage.

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March 1st, 2013

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Music Ashland Oregon Foley and Karp 3/8/13


Eclectic Music Ashland Oregon

Sue Foley and Peter Karp
“Beyond the Crossroads”

music ashland oregon

Foley & Karp play live music Ashland Oregon

Foley & Karp play live music Ashland Oregon … on the heels of Blind Pig recording artists Peter Karp and Sue Foley’s 2010 critically acclaimed and artistically daring collaboration “He Said – She Said” comes their next exciting CD: “Beyond The Crossroads.” A high voltage, plank spankin’, piano boogyin’, slide guitar stompin’ blues-rockin’ CD that showcases 12 brilliantly crafted and unique original compositions that have become the trademark of these two noted singer-songwriter guitarists.
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March 1st, 2013

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Taming of the Shrew, my first 2013 OSF Play


Taming of the Shrew

I really liked this performance! I’m glad Taming of the Shrew will run through the entire 2013 season, everyone should get a chance to see it.

It must be hard to do a play everyone already knows, or thinks they already know.  The OSF team did a great job making Taming of the Shrew feel fresh and fun.  It is very accessible to playgoers of all ages; and at various levels of Shakespeare sophistication.

The review in the Daily Tidings does a great job describing the play.  All I will add to it is: Go and enjoy!

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February 26th, 2013

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Beer is getting bigger in So Oregon


Lately, more attention is being paid to the beer industry.  Here’s an article about it as a growth industry in Southern Oregon.

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February 21st, 2013

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The Chipper Experience! at the Craterian


The Chipper Experience!

Chipper Experience!

Chipper Experience!

Last seen as the emcee and star of “Blink,” the irrepressible, carrot-topped Chipper Lowell returns for an evening of breathtaking illusion and side-splitting comedy.

Chipper’s fast-paced, fun-filled, family-friendly show features non-stop one-liners, ad libs and sight gags, in addition to a lot of how-did-he-do-that legerdemain. Chipper is a true original and hilarious comedian.

As one critic exclaimed, “Thank goodness the floor of the theater was clean, because I spent most of the night rolling in the aisles!”
27 February 2013 at 7:30 PM
Presented by: Craterian Performances

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February 20th, 2013

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Mt Ashland in February


Sunny and Bright on Mt Ashland

Mt Ashland

Snowshoeing on Mt Ashland

Yesterday, was a perfect day for frolicking in the snow on Mt Ashland.  Locals and visitors alike were out on the mountain downhill/Nordic skiing, boarding and snowshoeing, taking in the sunshine and the views of the Siskiyou and Cascades.

The best kept secret in southern Oregon, if it’s not raining, we have sunshine! Now that might seem like a dumb thing to say, especially if you’re from California.  But in places further north starting, say Eugene, no rain can still mean a gray sunless dreary day  — for what seems like months on end.  But not here in the Rouge Valley!

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February 18th, 2013

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Rogue Valley Symphony – Michal Palzewicz, Cello


Rogue Valley Symphony presents, Concert Series Four, February 2013

Michal Palzewicz, cello

Michal Palzewicz, cello

Pärt: Fratres
Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme
Michal Palzewicz, cello
Zagar: Dies Irae
Górecki: Three Pieces in Old Style
Kodály:  Dances of Galanta

Conductor Martin Majkut will give a FREE pre-concert talk one hour before each performance.

Friday, February 22 – 7:30pm – SOU Recital Hall, Ashland
Saturday, February 23 – 7:30pm – Craterian Theater, Medford

For more information on the RV Symphony.

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February 15th, 2013

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Invisible Threads” at SOU Theater, Feb-Mar


Invisible Threads
by David McCandless at SOU Center Stage Theatre

In Invisible Threads, a mysterious woman asks some down-at-heel actors and their clueless stage manager to apply their theatrical skills to a real-life crisis. At her urging, they enter the lives of a family beset by illness and emotional problems, in the guises of a Dixie-bred maid, an Oxford-educated tutor and a New Age guru. A skeptical scientist follows, threatening to expose them as frauds. Complications ensue when the actors – or is it their characters? – become emotionally entangled with the family and with each other.

For performance days and more details go to SOU theater department

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February 14th, 2013

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The Cyrano Project” SOU Theater Feb-Mar


The Cyrano Project

adapted by Jo Roet from the Edmond Rostand play with additional material by Hilary Tate
Center Square Theatre

This classic tale comes to life in an informal format complete with sword play, comic relationships, expressions of compassion and heroic love. In Paris, in the year 1640, a brilliant poet and swordsman named Cyrano de Bergerac finds himself deeply in love with his beautiful, intellectual cousin Roxane. Despite Cyrano’s brilliance and charisma, a shockingly large nose afflicts his appearance, and he considers himself too ugly even to risk telling Roxane his feelings.

For performance days and more details go to SOU theater department

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February 14th, 2013

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