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In recent days, the fires ravaging the West Coast have devastated the Oregon Shakespeare Festival community. After consultation with our friends and partners there, we have jointly decided to postpone the online streaming of "The Carolyn Bryant Project". We will present this important work soon, and look forward to announcing new dates in the near future. In the meantime, we ask that you keep our OSF friends in your thoughts.

Past Projects

Space Daughter

Condola 'Dola' Rashad returned to CalArts to shoot Space Daughter, a vivacious ode to the Divine Feminine, produced in association with CalArts Center for New Performance

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Puesto de Palabras

These Are My Papers

Part lecture and part performance, award-winning playwright/theater artist Virginia Grise speaks about moving bodies and porous borders. February 27, 7:00 pm at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument.

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Veracruz

A special presentation of Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol’s Veracruz, a conference and an intervention, a relief. January 30, 2020 at California Institute of the Arts.

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WITKACY / Two-Headed Calf

A company of Polish and CalArts artists explore Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz's work against the endless and wild California nature. US Premiere, October 18-25, 2019 at REDCAT.

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El Camino Donde Nosotros Lloramos (The Road Where We Weep)

Celebrated Mexican performance group Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol returns to CalArts. This new project investigates the migration of people from the Mixtec Region in Oaxaca to the state of California.

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rasgos asiáticos

An intimate story about the fluidity of borders, time and the historic confluence of China, Mexico and the United States. Written by Virginia Grise. World premiere.

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HA-M-LET

HA-M-LET is a site-specific, multi-lingual, multimedia performance housed within a projection cube. It sources material from Shakespeare’s play, pop internet culture, home videos, and 3D animation. Created and performed by Peter Mark.

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Finding Shelter – A Documentary

The documentary film, Finding Shelter, shares the stories of several unaccompanied minors seeking refuge in the United States and how their real-life experiences were made in to the 2016 internationally acclaimed play.

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Residency: Octavio Solis

Octavio Solis will be in residence for an exploratory workshop of his newest play, Scene with Cranes, which follows a grieving Mexican mother in search of the truth about her youngest son's mysterious death.

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