Oregon Shakespeare Festival announces its 2013 season

We just received the press release from Oregon Shakespeare Festival sketching what NEXT year, 2013, will bring. It’s pretty impressive, I thought, a good mix of American classics (“Street Car,” “Two Trains,” “My Fair Lady”), Shakespeare (“Shrew,” “Cymbeline,” “Lear,” “Midsummer”) and new plays (by Tanya Sarcho, Naomi Wallace).

So, just to get it out there and without further ado…

2013 SEASON AT A GLANCE

OSF AD Bill Rauch/Jenny Graham

ANGUS BOWMER THEATRE

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW by William Shakespeare (February 15 – November 3)
Director: David Ivers
MY FAIR LADY Book & lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; music by Frederick Loewe (February 17 – November 3)
Director: Amanda Dehnert
TWO TRAINS RUNNING by August Wilson (February 16 – July 7)
Director: Lou Bellamy
A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE by Tennessee Williams (April 17 – November 2)
Director: Christopher Liam Moore
DREAMS OF THE MUSE (working title) by Tanya Saracho World Premiere (July 24 – November 2)
Director: TBA

NEW THEATRE

KING LEAR by William Shakespeare (February 21 – November 3)
Director: Bill Rauch
THE UNFORTUNATES book, music, and lyrics by 3 Blind Mice (Jon Beavers, Ian Merrigan, Ramiz Monsef) and Casey Hurt World Premiere (March 27 – November 2)
Director: Shana Cooper
THE LIQUID PLAIN by Naomi Wallace World Premiere (July 2 – November 3)
Director: Kwame Kwei-Armah

ELIZABETHAN STAGE/ALLEN PAVILION

CYMBELINE by William Shakespeare (June 4 – October 11)
Director: Bill Rauch
THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD by David Farr U.S. Premiere (June 5 – October 12)
Director: Joel Sass
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM by William Shakespeare (June 6 – October 13)
Director: Christopher Liam Moore

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