Until last Thursday, I didn’t know what it felt like to experience my own heartache while reading a news story over the air. I’ve shared bad news of tragedy and loss, death and horror, but nothing that touched me so… Continue Reading
“Twelfth Night” at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF). Director Darko Tresnjak, an Oregon Shakespeare Festival neophyte, comes to the festival with a long list of credits from other top theaters, including several opera companies. His operatic pedigree shows in this crowd-pleasing,… Continue Reading
A vacation, by definition, should be a reprieve from the everyday, a time to refresh, recharge and have an adventure. It can be a time to repair loosened human connections, put the world back into perspective or recover gratitude for… Continue Reading
Architect, horse owner and breeder Sam Cannell, 73, of Anderson has died in a plane crash near Burns, Ore., Wednesday.
Cannell and his friend Frank “Scoop” Vessels, 58, a prominent California race horse breeder, both died as the twin-engine plane they were flying went down around 9 a.m. … Continue Reading
After nearly half a century of bringing Shakespeare’s works to West Coast audiences, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) this year presents The Bard in a new way – as a character, rather than an author. The world-première of Bill Cain’s… Continue Reading