The Oregon Shakespeare Festival OSF is a territorial repertory theater in Ashland, Oregon, United States. Every year, the Festival produces eleven plays, for the most part from three to five by Shakespeare and the rest of different dramatists, on three phases amid an eight-month season starting in mid-February.
From its initiation in 1935 through the finish of the 2017 season aside from the war years 1941– 1946 the Festival has exhibited every one of the 37 of Shakespeare's plays an aggregate of 312 times and starting in 1960, 341 non-Shakespeare plays for a sum of more than 30,000 exhibitions. It has finished the entire Shakespeare ordinance of 37 plays in 1958, 1978, 1997, and 2016. The Festival respected its millionth guest in 1971, its 10-millionth in 2001, and its 20-millionth guest in 2015. An entire rundown by year and theater is accessible at the Main article: Production history of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
A season at OSF comprises of an extensive iety of great and contemporary plays created in three theaters. Three plays are organized in the outside Allen Elizabethan Theater, three in the Thomas Theater, and five in the Angus Bowmer Theater. OSF likewise gives a wide scope of instructive projects for center schools, secondary schools, undergrads, instructors, and theater experts. While OSF has created non-Shakespearean works since 1960, each season keeps on including three to five Shakespeare plays.