The Oregon Shakespeare Theater offers several outdoor and indoor performance stages located at 15 S Pioneer St, Ashland, OR 97520.
Angus bowmer theatre
From its inception, the Angus Bowmer Theatre has welcomed our patrons with the graciousness of the man for whom it was named, OSF’s founder Angus L. Bowmer. The immediacy between company and audience members in this space allows for theatrical voyages of human discovery, guided by some of the world’s greatest classical and contemporary playwrights. Seats 600.
As a result of the generous donation of $4.5 million from a group of donors comprised of The Goatie Foundation, Roberta and David Elliott, and Helen and Peter Bing, in 2013 the New Theatre will be renamed the Thomas Theatre, in recognition of longtime OSF Development Director Peter D. Thomas, who died in March 2010
Elizabethan stage / Allen pavilion
One of America’s oldest Elizabethan theatres is named for a queen and the glorious age in which Shakespeare wrote. Experience the sweep and majesty of those unforgettable stories of love, tragedy and spiritual transformation beneath a canopy of stars, in the comfort of the Allen Pavilion. Seats 1,190.
Bill patton garden
Initially constructed in 1923 as a church, Carpenter Hall serves as dance rehearsal space as well as the site of OSF’s Lecture Series, informative and engaging presentations by resident artists and visiting scholars on the season’s plays.