This week we talk to the leader of the West Coast powerhouse about the tough years just page and what lies ahead.
Two new associate artistic directors, Scarlett Kim and Mei Ann Teo, join Evren Odcikin in three-person team that will help reimagine the theatre’s repertory, media, and new-works offerings.
Artists of color have been placed in leadership positions across the U.S., but are they actually getting the respect and support they deserve?
The festival will partner with Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Detroit Public Theatre, and more to produce the four new works.
Muse joins the company in the newly created position of director of inclusion, diversity, equity, and access (IDEA).
Beyond Zoom readings, companies are finding new forms and collaborators, and reaching audiences far beyond any they could serve in person.
Leaders at OSF and Woolly Mammoth will each receive $500,000 and will join a distinguished cohort of female leaders.
The season will feature virtual offerings on O! as well as onstage productions, including OSF’s first winter season production.
New plays by Amir Nizar Zuabi and J. Nicole Brooks and a capture of Jefferson Mays’s ‘Christmas Carol’ are among the highlights of a busy week.
In her and her team’s first season at OSF, Nataki Garrett has faced COVID and wildfires, challenges that have only intensified their ties to the community.