Monday, April 2, 2018

Ashland Schedule

Monday, May 28th, 2018
8:00 - Arrive at school in casual clothing
9:00 - Load bus
11:00- Arrive at Dexter Lake 
http://oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkPage&parkId=179

·                     BBQ lunch, swimming, disc golf, shenanigans

1:00 - Load bus and depart for Ashland


4:30 - Arrive in dorm


·                     get assigned dorms, set up, learn dorm rules, change in to business casual clothes
5:30 - Dinner in the dining hall
6:30 - Attend workshops at Southern Oregon University

·                     YE OLDE PROJECT RUNWAY - Learn about Elizabethan and Renaissance silhouettes and costumes, then create them from newspaper and tape. Students will work together in small groups, with one student from each group acting as Merry Olde’s next top model.
  • ·         STAGE COMBAT WORKSHOP
    A certified stage combatant leads you safely through some of the steps and skills of hand-to-hand stage combat. 

·         RENAISSANCE DANCE - An expert dancer shares his/her knowledge of court and country dances of the Renaissance through lessons in cinquepaces, bergomasks, galliards and other dances.


9:30 - Class meeting in the dorms
10:00 - Showers and bedtime
11:00 - Lights out

Tuesday, May 29th, 2018
7:30  Up and dressed in business casual
8:00 - Breakfast in the dining hall
10:15 - Load bus 
10:30 - Workshop at Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Exploring Design - What inspires the designs for this season’s productions? What factors influence the designers’ choices? These questions and more are answered in a one-hour exploration of the creative process. Students discover how the words of a script are turned into a production on stage by investigating the text, visual research, drawings and photos from previous productions.

11:30 - Load bus
11:45 - Lunch in the dining hall
1:15 - Load bus
1:30 - Attend Othello
 
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch explores racism, religious bias, xenophobia, and the more disturbing aspects of relationships in the context of our society’s ongoing struggle with polarizing differences. Consumed by their bigotry, those who praised the Moorish general Othello’s military successes now reject his marriage to Desdemona. The newlyweds are determined to overcome all obstacles, but Othello’s assignment in an exotic new location draws them into the web of his lieutenant Iago, whose resentment and demons know no bounds. A powerful cast of twelve actors includes Chris Butler (Othello), Alejandra Escalante (Desdemona), Danforth Comins (Iago) and Amy Kim Waschke (Emilia).

4:00 - Load bus
5:00 - Dinner in the dining hall
5:45 - Showers and dressed in formal attire
6:50-Load bus
7:00 - Attend Manahatta Prologue
8:00 - Attend Manahatta

In this timely world-premiere drama by celebrated playwright, activist and attorney Mary Kathryn Nagle, past and present intertwine. Nagle’s story illuminates the tragic consequences of commercial exploits, including the removal of Native American people and the attempted eradication of their culture, that gave rise to the America we know today. Securities trader Jane Snake is torn between worlds. Her return to Wall Street in 2008 brings her to Manahatta (“island of many hills” in Lenape), the homeland her Native American ancestors were violently forced to leave in the 1600s. Meanwhile, her family in Oklahoma struggles to save their language, their culture and their over-mortgaged home. Jane Snake’s return to Manahatta defiantly demonstrates that the Lenape are still here. Directed by Laurie Woolery (The River Bride).

10:50 – Load Bus

 11:00 - Showers and bed

Wednesday, May 30th, 2018

7:30 - Wake up, pack, dressed in business casual 
8:00 - Breakfast in dining hall
9:00 - Load bus
9:15 - Workshop
Two hours of on-your-feet exercises led by two company members, designed to explore themes, characters and language of the plays

11:30 - Load bus
11:40 - Lunch in the dining hall
12:15 - Load bus
12:30 – Attend Prolouge
1:30 – Attend Sense and Sensibility
This lively adaptation of Jane Austen’s sparkling romance is full of comedic surprises and deliciously wicked social commentary, with the daring premise that true love unites both hearts and minds—and that women should be seen, heard and valued. Life takes a sudden turn when Mrs. Dashwood (Kate Mulligan) and her three daughters lose their home, thrown out by their selfish half-brother. With no money to speak of, the marriage prospects for the sisters are bleak. When love—or what looks like it—comes calling for Elinor (Nancy Rodriguez) and Marianne (Emily Ota), they are whirled into a tangle of gossip, scandal and unexpected fortune. This joyous adaptation by Kate Hamill is passionately directed by Hana S. Sharif, wedding their artistic sensibilities with an ardent love of Jane Austen.


3:00 - Load bus
5:30 - Stop in Springfield for dinner at Coburg Pizza Company
6:30 - Load bus
9:00 - Arrive at CHPCS

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