Posts Tagged ‘February’

Oregon Shakespeare Festival heads to Broadway!

January 4th, 2014 by The Iris Inn

The outstanding 2012 Oregon Shakespeare Festival  play All the Way is headed to New York City and Broadway this spring.  It was voted as one of the top 5 plays to see this season. Bryan Cranston will reprise his role as LBJ, after the play’s successful run in Boston last fall.  Bill Rauch will be directing the play, with numerous OSF support staff company members joining him in the Big Apple for the production.  Part two of this political drama continues with The Great Society starting July 23 in the Bowmer Theater, running through November 1, 2014.  If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, don’t delay.  The 2012 play was a must see and part two promises to be just as enthralling.  Jack Willis will again star as LBJ.   You will find ticket and 2014 play information at the festival’s website.  www.osfashland.org.

 

OSF Opens February 15!

February 14th, 2013 by The Iris Inn

Previews at OSF start on February 15 with The Taming of the Shrew in the Bowmer Theatre.  August Wilson’s Two Trains Running previews on February 16, with My Fair Lady previews on Sunday.  King Lear will preview in the Thomas Theatre on February 21.  Opening in the Bowmer and Thomas theaters later in the spring and summer are A Streetcar Named Desire, The Tenth Muse, The Unfortunates and The Liquid Plain.  The Elizabethan Stage will showcase Cymbeline, The Heart of Robin Hood and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.  OSF and the inn offer low spring rates, so don’t hestitate to make your reservations now!

TripAdvior.com review drawing!

November 29th, 2012 by The Iris Inn

For every new review for The Iris Inn posted on Trip Advisor.com between December 1 and February 1, we will enter your name in a drawing for a complimentary night’s lodging at the inn!  Just send us a copy of the review for the drawing.  We want to show our guests how much we appreciate your stay at the inn while visiting Ashland, Oregon.

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