African American Shakespeare: Past, Present, Future

The history of Shakespeare and race is a complicated one. Often, Shakespeare’s immense portfolio has a hidden or even obvious stigma against BIPOC performers. Shakespeare has long been viewed as part of the white “cultural identity”, which somehow limits it…

Play On Shakespeare Announces 2021 Board of Directors and Calendar of Events

Photos courtesy of Play On Shakespeare and Heart Spade PR Play On Shakespeare, the not-for-profit organization dedicated to exploring the world of Shakespeare through translation and adaptation, today announces their new board members as well as their January 2021 calendar of events. Play…

Play On Shakespeare Announces December 2020 Calendar of Events

Further Collaborations, Partnerships and a New Web Site Will Arrive in Early 2021 Photo courtesy of Play On Shakespeare Play On Shakespeare, the not-for-profit organization dedicated to exploring the world of Shakespeare through translation and adaptation, today announces their December 2020 calendar (below). Play On…

How do You Celebrate Pride During a Pandemic? The Social Justice and Equity Center Found a Way

Photo by Emily Perry Pride is a time where those in the LGBTQ+ community can come together and celebrate their love and who they are. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic still ongoing and with many events canceled, those who wanted…

Here’s How to Have Fun and Stay Safe During This Spooky Season

Photo by Autumn Micketti We may have to cancel our big Halloween bashes, but that does not mean Halloween is canceled. There will still be spooky movies, tasty treats, and costumes galore. And with tips and tricks from the Center…

2020 Monster Dash Goes Virtual to Fund Education in Ashland & Phoenix-Talent Schools

ASHLAND, OR – For the 12th year in a row, the Ashland Monster Dash invites ghosts, ghouls, super heroes and monsters to run in support of local education. This year’s event has gone virtual, and is a collaboration between the…