The Oregon Shakes leader will cross the country to take on a new challenge: to lead a performing arts center at New York’s World Trade Center.
The longtime artistic director will leave to lead the Ronald O. Perelman Center for Performing Arts at the World Trade Center in New York City.
At a gathering of Boston theatre leaders and their boards last year, Bill Rauch shared tips and takeaways from Oregon Shakes’s ED&I journey.
Actors’ Equity Association recognizes Rauch’s efforts to promote equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Though our ‘Play on!’ commissioning project has met with some vocal disapproval, the work is grounded in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s core values—and our love for the Bard.
Oregon Shakespeare Fest’s new translation project pits purity against clarity, 400 years of reverence against a few hours’ traffic of the stage.
An issue of a magazine, like a theatrical season, is a menu of options reflecting our tastes, affinities, and priorities.
The theatre’s idealistic leader isn’t resting on its considerable laurels but pushing it to be more, and do more, all the time.
Oregon Shakes’s history-play commissioning project may not have funded the founding fathers hip-hop musical everyone’s talking about, but their slate so far is pretty revolutionary anyway.
Why I’ve avidly watched the work of Cornerstone’s founding artistic director and of Oregon Shakes, both separately and together.