OSF Newsletter: The Three Musketeers

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A Family Theatre production. 

Don't miss this musical, swashbuckling adventure for the entire family.  

Opening September 22

Based on Alexander Dumas' classic story, this brand new script tells a tale of love, intrigue, honor, and friendship...with music. If you loved Robin Hood...don't miss this next Family Theatre spectacular, including the most extravagant swordplay we've ever put on the OSF stage.

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OSF Newsletter: If this be magic, let it be an art...

"It is required you do awake your faith."
 

The Winter's Tale performs under the stars at Stan Hywet Hall until August 13. Only two more weekends to see the magic.

We continue our tradition of FREE Student Night on Thursday, August 3. Check our FAQ for details, or call us at 330-374-7574 with questions.
 

Open our Winter's Tale production guide to read about:

-When and where we are.
-That time a theatre company pranked the whole town about bear attacks.
-Shakespeare's clever plagiarism.
-Why this story is weird, and why it works anyway.

Psst...it's really pretty. Just open it. Trust us.

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OSF Newsletter: A sad tale's best for winter.

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Join us in Bohemia.

The 2017-18 Season moves on from Arden to Bohemia for Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale, performed under the stars at Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens.

Opening July 28

An exotic story set in Sicily and Bohemia, this "comical, tragical, pastoral" tale defies Will's classic genres as it unfolds a story of royal love, revenge, injustice, and family. Plus, it includes Shakespeare's most famous stage direction: Exit, pursued by a bear.

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OSF Newsletter: Just as you like it.

Just as you like it. 

"OSF manages to once again light up the woods with delight... Ohio Shakespeare Festival is a treat." -Christine Howey

"[OSF has] provided a growing theatrical achievement and the audiences have...learned to enjoy Shakespeare in the gardens of Stan Hywet." -David Ritchey


"What makes this production so exemplary is of course the acting... you really owe it to yourself to see how well Shakespeare can be done as live theater." -Mark Horning

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 As You Like It begins it's second weekend tonight. Come lose yourself in the Forest of Arden.