This Week: OSF Noon Talks
Through lectures, panel discussions and questions and answers, actors, artisans and other company members of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival will share their knowledge about the OSF, and theater in general.
Admission is free, no tickets are required.
All Oregon Shakespeare Festival noon talks are in the Bill Patton Garden, uphill side of the Elizabethan theater.
Jul. 15, Sunday Park Talk: Michael J. Hume, Actor
Jul. 17, Tuesday Park Talk: Thomas Curtis, Stage Operations Manager
Jul. 18, Wednesday Lecture: “Cross-Dressing and Gender Confusion in As You Like It,” Gina Bloom, University of California, Davis
Jul. 19, Thursday Preface Plus: Party People
Jul. 20, Friday Lecture: “’And though she feels as if she’s in a play / She is anyway:’ Cressida’s Dilemma in Troilus and Cressida,” David McCandless, Southern Oregon University, Ashland
Jul. 21, Saturday Interactive Workshop: Interpreting Romeo and Juliet, Kirsten Giroux, OSF Curriculum Specialist/Teaching Artist