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It’s RAINING! It’s really RAINING!
It does rain in Southern California!
(Please stay out of the Pacific Ocean for at least 72 hours!)

WINTER IS HERE!  HELLO DECEMBER 2018!
Water is falling from the sky. There is snow falling in the mountains!

Thanksgiving is over. (see our previous Blog Post)
It was a great feast and we are very thankful for everything we have!

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How ’bout a snort?

Now…. THE HOLIDAY SEASON. “Tis the Season!”
Already sick of Christmas music and it’s still only November.
NOTE: Someone posted Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas” from “Holiday Inn” on the interweb and we couldn’t watch it. JUST TOO SOON! Not even close to December 24th!

DECEMBER 2nd is THE FIRST NIGHT OF HANNUKAH!

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HAPPY HANNUKAH 2018!

We ripped the Google Hannukah Doodle>
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And we made Latkes (potato pancakes) for Sunday breakfast!
(see our previous Blog Post for the recipe and instructions)

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Latkes (potato pancakes) for Breakfast!

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NOTE: There’s a pretty fun Blog Post about Hannukah from last year. And a good one about “Festivus for the Rest of Us!” And there are a few more about Holiday Stuff too, including our past HOLIDAY MUSIC PLAYLISTS.

Are you ready for Christmas the December Holiday celebrated by everyone?
Screw the Yule Log, I’ve been to Burning Man!

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BURN CHRISTMAS THIS YEAR!

This is already going around,
but we’ll post it here before it goes wild viral,
’cause it’s effin’ funny:

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Make your own “Die Hard” Christmas tree ornament for the tree!

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Copy, Print, Cut Out. Figure it out…. “Come out to the coast.”

Yes, “Die Hard” is a Christmas Film.

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HoHoHo! Modern Christmas!

We’ll do our cool Holiday Music Playlist Blog Post later…. maybe.

NOTE: We did not make a Christmas/Holiday music playlist last year,
so if you need to hear some more seasonal tunes (and these are very cool tunes),
click and open the links to our 2015 and 2016 Holiday Music Blog Posts:
2015 Holiday Music Playlist>
https://joshwilltravel.wordpress.com/2015/12/24/christmas-countdown-playlist-2015/
2016 Holiday Music Playlist>
https://joshwilltravel.wordpress.com/2016/12/25/holiday-music-playlist-2016/

‘Tis the season Dude,
Eat, Drink, Be Merry and Watch
“The Big Lebowski”

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Dead & Company just announced the 2019 Summer Tour!
We still haven’t seen them LIVE in concert (other than on the interweb) and “this might be the last time”….. but they usually play better together as the tour progresses.

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And speaking of LIVE MUSIC>

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Tuesday Night Traffic on the 101 Freeway to Burbank

Doña Oxford perform at the Fire Victims Retro Relief benefit (see out previous Blog Post) and she was fantastic! So, we went back on Tuesday night and saw her again at Joe’s Great American Bar in Burbank>
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The crowd was fun and friendly. Doña played 3 sets (we stayed for the first two) and she was awesome! Tuesday night is “swing dance” night and there are great dancers in the house and out on the floor. Really fun to watch as they Shag and Jitterbug! Joe’s has very reasonably priced strong drinks and their bar food looks pretty good (we still haven’t eaten there) also for a good price. If you’re okay with “fast food”, there’s a Taco Bell next door that’s open until midnight. We haven’t eaten any fast food (except for Habit Burger) in a very long time…. but it was there, and it was Tuesday.

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Taco Bell! 3 Regular Crunchy Tacos with Hot Sauce

So we ate, drank and listened to some great music, but we didn’t stay for the third set because we were tired, starting to get a headache, hungry again and our back was hurting something awful. Too much sitting and too much standing., so we headed home for bed before midnight.

NOTE: The price of going to a concert is out of control! $100+fees+parking+concessions to see a show is a luxury for most people, and most people can’t afford it these days. Please support Venues and Bands that don’t charge a COVER! 

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“Beats the hell out of a Yule log.”

HAD OUR YEARLY PHYSICAL! Mind your health, it’s the most important thing!

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Eat, Drink and Be Happy. We’re all gonna die.

AND NOW SOME POLITICAL STUFF>
Mueller’s questioning might take a strange turn (he should get Liam Neeson!)

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LYIN’ CHEATIN’ CROOKED EVIL DONNY!

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The Walls Are Closing In on Lyin’ Crooked Evil Donny!

Key Mueller witness and Roger Stone associate Jerome Corsi admits to MSNBC’s Ari Melber that he lied to Congress, that he tried to get stolen Clinton emails back to the Trump campaign in 2016, that he “absolutely” intended to help the Trump campaign by doing so, that he told Roger Stone about John Podesta’s emails and that his lawyers are still communicating with Trump’s legal team “as if” there is a joint legal defense.

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CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY! VIOLATIONS OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT!

Whatever your political posture is, this is WRONG.
Every citizen of the United States must protect our Democratic Government!

Warmonger! Assassin! Mass Murderer! Celebrate him!
He was a murderer and a war criminal.
Oh boy, let’s play “follow the casket” as they honor this POS.
LYIN’ CHEATIN’ CROOKED EVIL GEORGE HERBERT WALKER BUSH!

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The Danger of Comedy! He was a Murderer and a War Criminal!

That’s all for now. And now back to our HAPPY BLOG POST!

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What Do You See?

We collect JOKERS!
Proud to be a “Card Carrying Fool” and follower of St. Stupid!
(see our previous Blog Posts)

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“Chestnuts roasting on an open pyre.”

The LA AUTO SHOW is back in town! (read our previous Blog Post)

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From the LA AUTO SHOW in 2016

PEACE ON EARTH. GOODWILL TO ALL. STOP THE VIOLENCE. NO HATE.
“DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU.”

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“Can We All Just Get Along?” – Rodney King

Monday, December 3rd, 2018 just after Noon: OK, going to publish this Blog Post!

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The War on Christmas is Coming!

Yes, there will be a DECEMBER HOLIDAY BLOG POST in the very near future.
No, we are not taking a Christmas Vacation this year (again).

FIESTAWARE FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER! Good Shabbos Everyone!
ON THE MENU: Cousins visiting from out of town. Cornish game hens with stuffing, asparagus, challah bread, cran-raspberry-orange juice and then a $5 cake for dessert.

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Banana Split & Espresso in Red Fiestaware at 3am on Monday Morning

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THANK YOU! 90000 HITS!

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READ OUR PREVIOUS HOLIDAY BLOG POSTS!
https://joshwilltravel.wordpress.com/2017/12/26/happy-christmas-2017/

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I took the “Yiddish Lingo” quiz and scored 100%. Oy vey!

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“Teacher says, Every time a bell rings an angel get his wings”

RECENT BLOG POSTS FROM NOVEMBER:

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“Rock Bottom will teach you lessons that mountaintops never will”

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The Wisdom of Milt & Edie’s in Burbank, California

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Happy Hannukah!



 

 

 

 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival Spring 2016

Oregon Shakespeare Festival Spring 2016 – Ashland, Oregon

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The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is one of the best things about visiting Ashland!

We love the OSF and whenever we’re in town we try to see as many of the shows currently playing as we can (time & money permitting). They produce eleven plays in three theaters each season: Shakespeare and “the classics”, adaptations, musicals and new “world premiere” plays which run in reparatory February-November.

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Festival Welcome Center’s Clock on Main Street in Ashland Oregon

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Pioneer St and Main St in Ashland Oregon

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Bronze Relief Statue at Pioneer St and Main St in Ashland Oregon

The campus is located at Main Street and Pioneer in downtown Ashland and there are 3 theaters (the large outdoor Allen Elizabethan Theatre, the large Angus Bowmer Theatre and the smaller Thomas Theatre), the box office, the Tudor Gift Shoppe, the Founders Room and patio, rehearsal rooms and administration offices. They offer guided tours, pre and post show talks, and other special events. During the summer and early fall months there are FREE Green Show performances before the evening shows (weather permitting).

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Allen Elizabethan Theatre in Ashland Oregon

The Allen Elizabethan Theatre is a large outdoor “open-air” amphitheater in the style of the Globe Theatre from Shakespeare’s era, except it’s built out of modern materials and has high-tech lighting and sound.

Shows don’t open in the outdoor theatre until summer, and even then there’s a “rain or shine” policy for most performances. We’ve sat through outdoor shows in the rain and cold, where we were under the balcony and the rain was blowing in sideways and hitting us in the face, and other shows where it was “hot as hell” and there was no breeze blowing at all. Most times it’s a great experience and the weather isn’t a factor, but other times it’s been very uncomfortable, so now you’ve been warned.

TIP: Dress in layers and prepare for the weather and other conditions you may experience when seeing shows in the outdoor Allen Elizabethan Theatre!

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Allen Elizabethan Theatre’s Outdoor Stage

NOTE: This stage pic is from a previous trip and Blog. Last fall when we visited there were large wildfires burning in the area around Ashland and the Rogue Valley. A number of outdoor performances were cancelled because of heavy smoke (health, air quality and visibility issues were determined each night prior to the performance and the audience was warned that conditions might cause cancellation).

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Box Office

The Box Office is housed on the first floor of a building next to the Thomas Theatre on Pioneer Street. The OSF is completely “special needs” friendly and fully accessible.

 

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OSF Tickets for “Twelfth Night” & “The Yeoman of the Guard”

Tickets for the two shows (Twelfth Night Wednesday Matinee and Yeoman of The Guard on Thursday Evening) were available for pickup at Will Call in the Box Office.

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OSF’s Spring 2016 Playbill- “Twelfth Night” on the cover

Wednesday Matinee of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” done 1930’s Hollywood style in the Angus Bowmer Theatre

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Wednesday Matinee of “Twelfth Night” in the Bowmer Theatre

 

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Wednesday Matinee of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” in the Bowmer Theatre

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Wednesday Matinee of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” in the Bowmer Theatre

 

We had a ticket to the Thursday Evening performance of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s adaptation of Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Yeoman of the Guard” done Country “Corn Pone” in the Thomas Theatre at 8pm and we were told to arrive early for the “pre-show” at 7:30pm. There was audience interaction with the characters before and during the show, and some of the best and funniest moments were the unscripted improvisation with the people sitting on the stage.

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Friday Night Performance of “The Yeoman of the Guard” in the Thomas Theatre

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Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Yeoman of the Guard” in the Thomas Theatre

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The “Bill of Fare” at the OSF’s Concession Stands

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“The Yeoman of the Guard” pre-show in the Thomas Theatre

There was no intermission. It was a relatively short show and it ended about 9:45pm.

Be sure to visit the Plaza at night for the “after theatre” experience. Most of the restaurants, breweries and bars stay open late and cater to both locals and the tourists in town. Weekends and some weeknights there is live music performed at some of the local venues.

NOTE: Be aware! The “transient” population tends to congregate in the area at night, but they are mostly harmless and usually don’t bother other people except to ask for money.

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Our Friday afternoon activities were cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances so instead we drove over to the OSF Box Office and switched our “comp” ticket to the Friday matinee of “Great Expectations”. We parked the car in the 4 hour lot and went to the show.

Friday Matinee of the World Premiere adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “Great Expectations” in the Angus Bowmer Theatre

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Friday Matinee of “Great Expectations” in the Bowmer Theatre

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Friday Matinee World Premier of Charles Dickens’ “Great Expectations”

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The Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland Oregon

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The Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland Oregon

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Friday Matinee World Premier of Charles Dickens’ “Great Expectations”

 

The other shows playing “Viet Gone” and “The River Bride” both had great reviews.

Visit the OSF’s Festival Welcome Center for information and view the beautiful costumes from last season’s shows up close! The Volunteer Staff also have good tips about the town of Ashland.

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival Welcome Center

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During the Summer and early Fall months the OSF has FREE Green Shows before the evening performances (weather permitting) “on the bricks” in the OSF plaza between the theaters.  The OSF invites visiting artists of all types to perform “On The Bricks” on the Plaza stage:

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Dirty Cello Perform at the OSF’s Green Show (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

NOTE: This Green Show pic is from a previous trip and Blog. The Stage and Brick Plaza (as well as the Path to the Downtown Plaza) are currently undergoing extensive renovation.

And of course visit the Tudor Gift Shoppe for all your OSF souvenirs!

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William Shakespeare’s Bust is Available in the Tudor Gift Shoppe

 

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“Pericles” Spring 2015 was fantastic!

 

March 20th is the First Day of Spring!

Sunday, March 20th, 2016 is the First Day of Spring! Celebrate!

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“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” ~ Charles Dickens

ROSES! Happy First Day of Spring 2016!

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Spring is one of the Four Seasons, following winter and preceding summer.

“A little madness in the Spring
Is wholesome even for the King.”
~Emily Dickinson

In the Northern Hemisphere, the astronomical March Equinox (between March 19 and 21) marks the first day of Spring, and the Northern solstice (around June 21) is the first day of Summer.

“It’s spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want—oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!” ~Mark Twain

The United States’ Spring season begins on the day after Presidents’ Day (Tuesday after the 3rd Monday in February) and ends on the Friday before Memorial Day weekend (Friday before the last Monday in May)

“Der spring is sprung
Der grass is riz
I wonder where dem boidies is?”
~Anonymous (from Brooklyn, New York)

When it’s spring in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s autumn in the Southern Hemisphere.

“There is no season such delight can bring,
As summer, autumn, winter and the spring.”
~William Browne (b.1591)

Spring and “springtime” refer to the season, and also to ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth.

“Spring is nature’s way of saying Let’s Party!” ~Robin Williams

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“sweet spring is your
time is my time is our
time for springtime is lovetime
and viva sweet love

(all the merry little birds are
flying in the floating in the
very spirits singing in
are winging in the blossoming)

lovers go and lovers come
awandering awondering
but any two are perfectly
alone there’s nobody else alive

(such a sky and such a sun
i never knew and neither did you
and everybody never breathed
quite so many kinds of yes)

not a tree can count his leaves
each herself by opening
but shining who by thousands mean
only one amazing thing

(secretly adoring shyly
tiny winging darting floating
merry in the blossoming
always joyful selves are singing)

sweet spring is your
time is my time is our
time for springtime is lovetime
and viva sweet love” 
― E.E. Cummings

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The Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon

Ashland, Oregon Visitor's Map

Ashland, Oregon – Visitor’s Map

Founded in 1935, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is a not-for-profit professional theatre company located in the City of Ashland in southern Oregon. The performance season runs  ten months of the year, from February through early November.

The OSF’s Mission Statement:
“Inspired by Shakespeare’s work and the cultural richness of the United States, we reveal our collective humanity through illuminating interpretations of new and classic plays, deepened by the kaleidoscope of rotating repertory.”

Oregon Shakespeare Festival (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

Oregon Shakespeare Festival (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

The OSF season features eleven works by William Shakespeare and by other classic writers, as well as modern and contemporary work and original world premieres. Plays are performed in three theatres: two indoor stages, the Angus Bowmer Theatre and the Thomas Theatre, and the outdoor Allen Elizabethan Theatre.

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The Green Show & Angus Bowmer Theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

The Green Show presents FREE performances on an outdoor stage in the courtyard by visiting acts before the evening shows (outdoor performances run from early June to mid-October). Backstage tours, park talks, lectures, classes, workshops, pre and post-show conversations, community and special events are also available for visitors.

The Green Show! FREE Performances before the evening show June-October

The Green Show! FREE Performances before the evening show June-October

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The Allen Elizabethan Stage at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

The OSF welcomes everyone and believes the inclusion of diverse people, ideas, cultures and traditions enriches both insights into the work presented on stage and in our relationships with each other. They are committed to diversity!

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The Thomas Theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

2015 Season: Much Ado About Nothing, Pericles, Anthony & Cleopatra, Long Days Journey Into Night, Guys & Dolls, The Count of Monte Cristo, Fingersmith, Head Over Heels, Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land, Sweat, and The Happiest Song Plays Last

2016 Season: Hamlet, Twelfth Night, Richard II, Timon of Athens, Great Expectations, Roe, The Winter’s Tale, The Wiz, The River Bride, The Yeoman of The Guard and Vietgone,  

Detailed Information and Tickets are available on the OSF website at http://www.osfashland.org

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The Allen Elizabethan Theatre at OSF from Lithia Park (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

What’s your favorite Shakespeare play?

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival (copyright 2014 JoshWillTravel)

31-JUL-13: Dusk at the Hollywood Bowl

Dusk at the Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood Bowl - Hollywood, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

Hollywood Bowl – Hollywood, CA (copyright 2013 JoshWillTravel)

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08-MAY-13: Shakespeare Santa Cruz

Shakespeare Santa Cruz (at the University of California, Santa Cruz)

Founded in 1981, Shakespeare Santa Cruz (SSC) is a professional repertory company operating in cooperation with the Theater Arts Department in the Arts Division at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC).  The support of the Arts Division and the work of the Theater Arts faculty, students, and staff play an important in shaping the SSC aesthetic.  Through this partnership, SSC has attained a national reputation for linking the best in contemporary scholarship with the highest artistic standards of production and the exciting possibilities of repertory performance.  In addition, SSC and the UCSC Theater Arts Department collaborate directly on two projects each season – the Shakespeare to Go touring program that brings Shakespeare to over 7000 students annually, and the annual holiday show.

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Shakespeare Santa Cruz 1986 Season

The 2013 Summer Season in the Glen at UCSC Performing Arts July 23 – September 1: The Taming of the Shrew, Henry V, Tom Jones the Fringe Show!   

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One for the Road/The Lover (a collaborative production with Shakespeare Santa Cruz starring Paul Whitworth, Mike Ryan and Julie James) is currently running at the Center Stage Theater in Santa Cruz. http://www.jeweltheatre.net/

University of California, Santa Cruz Barn Theater - Santa Cruz, CA

University of California, Santa Cruz Barn Theater – Santa Cruz, California

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University of California, Santa Cruz Performing Arts Map 2012

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UPDATE: November 13, 2015 – Summer 2013 was the last season of Shakespeare Santa Cruz. The University foolishly decided to withdraw funding and cancel the partnership of 30+ years. A tremendous effort was made to save the program and it was renamed Santa Cruz Shakespeare an independent non-profit currently prepping it’s 3rd season. https://www.santacruzshakespeare.org