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Hair, Let the Sun Shine In! in Medford April 23


Craterian Theater at the Collier Center presents “Hair, Let the Sun Shine In!”

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Hair

This groundbreaking musical rocked the world in the 1960s with its youthful exuberance and dramatic interpretation of the social clashes of Vietnam War era America. “Aquarius,” “Let the Sun Shine in,” “Good Morning, Starshine” and “Easy to be Hard” filled the airwaves. Today, human struggles for peace, equality, truth and freedom continue and as The Baltimore Sun says, “HAIR still has something significant to say.”

April 23, 2014, 7:30 pm

23 S. Central Ave, Medford, OR 97501
Box Office: 541–779-3000

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April 16th, 2014

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Oregon Cabaret Theater, the Marvelous Wonderettes April — May


More of the “Marvelous Wonderettes” at Oregon Cabaret Theater

Marvelous Wonderettes

Marvelous Wonderettes at the Oregon Cabaret Theater

It is graduation time 1958 at Springfield High in this all new chapter from the Marevelous Wonderettes series.

Betty Jean, Cindy Lou, Missy and Suzy reminisce over their final year in high school and look ahead toward their bright futures. In Act Two fast forwards ahead to 1968, where the girls are bridesmaids celebrating Missy’s marriage to Mr. Lee.

The girls really rock out with dozens of classic tunes: Dedicated To The One I Love, Sealed With A Kiss, Dancin’ In The Street, The Look of Love, You Keep Me Hangin’ On, and River Deep, Mountain High.

Oregon Cabaret Theatre hits the spot if you’re looking for fun, light and campy entertainment.  One of the few performing arts venues that have shows on Monday!
April 11– May 25
Previews April 9 & 10
Performances Thursday – Monday @ 8:00
(No evening performance May 11)
Sunday Brunch matinees @ 1:00
(No matinee performance April 20)
For more information visit their website

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April 1st, 2014

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Oregon Cabaret Theatre presents “Double Trouble” Feb-Mar


Oregon Cabaret Theatre “Double Trouble”

Oregon Cabaret Theatre

Oregon Cabaret Theatre

Set in Hollywood in the early 1940s, the show features Jimmy & Bobby Martin, a pair of song-writing brothers summoned to a major movie studio and given the golden opportunity to write a song for the movies…on the double. Their efforts are interrupted by wacky characters including the boorish studio boss, an ancient sound engineer, an effete director, a sleazy agent and a buxom, scheming screen siren – all played by the same two singing, dancing, piano-playing actors in a rambunctious musical tour-de-farce written by Bob and Jim Walton.

The Oregon Cabaret Theatre is a favorite musical venue for both visitors and locals alike. If you’re in the mood for a tuneful campy romp, go to the Cabaret for dining and entertainment.  Open on Monday nights.
February 7 – March 30
Previews February 5 & 6
Performances Thursday – Sunday @ 8:00
Sunday Brunch matinees @ 1:00

For more information visit their website

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February 10th, 2014

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2014 Shakespeare Festival Opens — February 14


Oregon Shakespeare Festival opening night is nearly upon us!

Already? YES, indeed! Attend any and all of the 2014 opening Shakespeare Festival plays and celebrate Valentine’s Day with drama, music and wit.

Friday, February 14th, the Tempest Directed by Tony Taccone, Prospero played by Denis Arndt.

February 15th, The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window Directed by Juliette Carrillo, written by Lorraine Hansberry (her ‘other’ more well known play is Raisin in the Sun

February 16th opens the much awaited Marx Brother’s adaptation of The Cocoanuts Directed by David Ivers, Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin, Book by Georges S. Kaufman and adapted by OSF’s very own Mark Bedard.

 

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February 9th, 2014

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West Side Story at the Craterian


West Side Story

West Side Story Poster

West Side Story

This landmark musical updates the story of Romeo and Juliet to the urban jungle of 1950’s New York.

Broadway was never the same after the jolt delivered by this powerhouse show, whose stunning choreography, soaring music, and searing story of racial tension retain all their original impact. Leonard Bernstein’s matchless score features such classic songs as “Something’s Coming,” “Maria” and “Tonight.”

1 April 2013 at 7:30 PM
Presented by: Craterian Performances

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March 25th, 2013

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Camelot Theater does “Sound of Music”


Sound of Music at Camelot Theater  Mar 13 – April 14

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Camelot Theater Does the Classic Sound of Music

My friend Diana Roome sent me this email message:

If you like musicals, Talent’s Camelot Theater production of The Sound of Music (starting next week and running until mid-April) is going to be quite electrifying.  I know — I’ve been watching rehearsals!  In fact, I’ve had the novel experience of being part of them, as a singing nun — which has given me a renewed respect for what it takes to put on a show.  The lead singers and the von Trapp children are outstanding, and the place is oozing with energy and talent.  I realize for some it might be a little far to come all the way to Oregon — even to see such a production! — but thought you might be tickled to see the flyer anyway.

For more information on Camelot Theater and its production of Sound of Music

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March 8th, 2013

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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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Nunset Blvd at the Craterian


Nunset Blvd

Dan Goggin’s “Nunset Blvd.”

Dan Goggin’s Nunset Blvd, starring Cindy William.

This final installment in the Nunsense franchise — perhaps the most successful series in theater history — stars Cindy Williams, better known as “Shirley” to fans of the long-running TV sitcom Laverne and Shirley.

In Nunset Boulevard, the Little Sisters of Hoboken are thrilled to be invited to sing at the Hollywood Bowl — until they discover that the venue is actually the Hollywood Bowl-a-Rama Bowling Alley. Hijinks, both comical and musical, of course ensue.

Go here for more information on the nunsensical (sorry couldn’t resist) revue.

24 January 2013 at 7:30 PM

Presented by: Craterian Performances

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January 17th, 2013

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Neil Berg 101 Years of Broadway Song & Dance


Neil Berg 101 Years of Broadway Song & Dance
Caviar for musical theater lovers! Dynamic showman Neil Berg is back, with a brand new playlist of classic and contemporary Broadway show stoppers. For the first time, Neil Berg stellar show will feature dance as well as song, as a potent pair of hoofers takes the stage along with the usual line-up of powerhouse vocalists. Mixing intimacy with show-biz sizzle, Neil Berg’s 101 Years of Broadway is an ace musical revue you won’t want to miss!
12 January 2013 at 7:30 PM
Presented by: Craterian Performances

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January 1st, 2013

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Camelot Theatre, “42nd St.”


Forty-Second Street” at the Camelot Theatre

FORTY-SECOND STREET, November 28 – December 30, 2012
Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Al Dubin, Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble, Based on the novel by Bradford Ropes.
Every audience enjoys watching the underdog succeed! This Tony Award winning musical is a celebration of Broadway and the people involved in show business. A story of hard work, being in the right place at the right time, talent and love, the musical highlights aspiring chorus girl Peggy Sawyer and takes us on her journey. Musical hits include Lullaby of Broadway, You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me and Forty-Second Street. Read More

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October 28th, 2012

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