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A guide to Shakespeare resources and information about the new season of Oregon Shakespeare plays.
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Oregon Shakespeare Festival Plays - 2015

Premiere plays are put on reserve at the Hannon Library as they become available.

Follow the blue title link to the Hannon Library Catalog below to check on the status of the items we have in the catalog. There are many edition of the Shakespeare plays. Search the catalog by title to find alternate editions.

Much Ado about Nothing - William Shakespeare (2/20 - 11/1)

Guys and Dolls - Based on a Story and Characters of Damon Runyon Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser; Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows (2/22 - 11/1)

Pericles - William Shakespeare  (2/26 - 11/1)

Fingersmith - By Alexa Junge | Based on the novel by Sarah Waters (2/21 - 7/9)  World Premiere   Link to Fingersmith (the novel)

Long Days Journey into Night - By Eugene O'Neill (3/25 - 10/31)

Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land - By Stan Lai (4/15 - 10/31) U.S. Premiere

Antony and Cleopatra - William Shakespeare (6/2 -10-9)

Head Over Heels - Script by Jeff Whitty; Music and Lyrics by the Go-Go's (6/3 - 10/10) World Premiere

The Count of Monte Cristo - By Alexandre Dumas, Adapted by Charles Fechter (6/4 - 10/11) Link to The Count of Monte Cristo (the novel)

The Happiest Song Plays Last - Quiara Alegría Hudes (7/7 - 11/1)

Sweat - By Lynn Nottage (7/29 - 10/31) World Premiere


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