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The Venue is the Thing!

The Venue is the Thing!

  “Even though this community already thrives off of art and culture, we believe that the people are hungry for more. Live at the Armory is going to provide it, and provide it in style”, says Jason Gallagher co-owner of Live at the Ashland Armory. He is most always in one stage of preparation or […]

Rush it!

Rush it!

Seeing Tony Award winning plays on a student’s budget may have felt impossible–until now. A Southern Oregon University student has just the ticket at an affordable price–all available on line through his recently created website and Facebook. As a Theater Arts Major he wanted to show other students great plays can be accessible, “I want […]

The SOU Performing Arts Department Presents The Drunken City

A bachelorette party on an epic bar crawl, boys out on the town with love on the mind, and all taking place in the city that never sleeps? What doesn’t the Drunken City have? This play by Adam Bock will be performed by SOU theater students here at the Center Square Theater on campus for […]

“Little Shop of Horrors” Starts Next Week

Ashland, Ore. – The Theatre Arts program of the Department of Performing Arts at Southern Oregon University presents the musical “Little Shop of Horrors,” with book and lyrics by Howard Ashman, and music by Alan Menken in the Center Stage Theatre on the Southern Oregon University campus. Performances run Thursday-Saturday, May 15-17, May 22-24 and May 29-31 at […]

The Witty “Arms and the Man” Premieres This Week

Ashland, Ore. – The timeless and humorous play Arms and the Man opens Thursday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. at Southern Oregon University’s Center Stage Theatre.  George Barnard Shaw combines romantic comedy, class system satire, and the futility of war in one of the most popular pieces to date.  Taking place during the 1885 Serbo-Bulgarian […]

Review: “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” is Scrumptious

Ashland, Ore. –  The stage lit up with passionate and vibrant talent, colorful Oompa Loompas, dancing and singing, and pure heart and soul Friday night at the sold out opening performance of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.  Fun and interactive, the theatrical version of this favorite family story left me with a skip in my […]

Oompa-Loompas Hit SOU Stage

Be prepared to see an Oompa-Loompa with your very own eyes and witness Violet blowing up into a blueberry.  The hunt for the “golden ticket” and the exciting events that follow will be available for your viewing pleasure right here at SOU.  The Department of Performing Arts theatrical presentation of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” […]

Review: “Our Town” is Simple, Classic, Good

You can’t put on a production of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town without acknowledging – or at least knowing – that it’s a theatrical classic. Director Paul Barnes certainly must be well acquainted with that fact. His production of Our Town is a pure embrace of the qualities which make this play one of the most […]

“Our Town” Filled With Opportunities for Students

Southern Oregon University has the great pleasure of hosting  Our Town in the Center Stage Theater. The play will be showing from Nov. 14 until Nov. 16 and once again on Nov. 23 and 24. This will be one of the bigger plays coming to Ashland outside the Shakespeare festival. Featured in the play is […]

Exploring SOU’s “The White Fugue”

Southern Oregon University’s Department of Performing Arts is preparing to premier an original play this coming week in the Center Square Theatre, devised and directed by James Donlon. Opening Thursday November 7th, and running until Sunday November, 17th; The White Fugue promises to be a new discovery into the depths of memory, and poses a […]

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