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Rose City performers descend on Eugene
The Ensemble
The Ensemble

University Theatre takes on the rhythms of Pulitzer-winning Water by the Spoonful
Michael Teague, Meghan Small and Allie Murakami in Water by the Spoonful
Michael Teague, Meghan Small and Allie Murakami in Water by the Spoonful

OCT’s Silent Sky tells story of little-known female astronomer
OCT’s Silent Sky director Elizabeth Helman
OCT’s Silent Sky director Elizabeth Helman

Very Little Theatre tackles Harper Lee’s classic To Kill A Mockingbird
Scott Frazier-Maskiell (left), Hazel van Ummersen, Donella Elizabeth Alston, Cody Masterson and Noa Ablow Measelle in VLT’s To Kill a mockingbird
Scott Frazier-Maskiell (left), Hazel van Ummersen, Donella Elizabeth Alston, Cody Masterson and Noa Ablow Measelle in VLT’s To Kill a mockingbird

OCT keeps it fresh and challenging with The Last Five Years
Ethan Crystal and Evynne Hollens in OCT’s The Last Five Years
Ethan Crystal and Evynne Hollens in OCT’s The Last Five Years

Eugene landmark offers dance, music, theater and a little comedy
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood hit the Hult Nov. 13
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood hit the Hult Nov. 13

Eugene Opera launches season with the Turn of the Screw
Portland actress Beth Madsen Bradford is Ms. Grose in Eugene Opera’s The Turn of the Screw
Portland actress Beth Madsen Bradford is Ms. Grose in Eugene Opera’s The Turn of the Screw

Talking shop with Oregon Contemporary Theatre’s artistic director Craig Willis

Eugene Symphony turns 50
Miguel Harth-Bedoya, former music director for Eugene Symphony (1996-2002), returns Oct. 15 to celebrate the symphony’s 50th anniversary
Miguel Harth-Bedoya, former music director for Eugene Symphony (1996-2002), returns Oct. 15 to celebrate the symphony’s 50th anniversary