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Local entertainment: Canceled, postponed, reopening

Barnstormers Theatre: The first production of the Barnstormers 2020-21 season, “The Pony Expresso,” will be performed virtually with additional live performances pending further notice. The Grants Pass theater has decided to move forward with season plans as restrictions allow. See barnstormersgp.com.

Britt Music & Arts Festival: The 2020 season in Jacksonville has been canceled. See brittfest.org for further details.

Camelot Theatre: The remaining season in Talent has been postponed pending further notice, when officials will decide whether to offer a shorter season or cancel the remaining shows. See camelottheatre.org.

Collaborative Theatre Project: All shows have been postponed until the summer pending restriction allowances. See ctpmedford.org.

Craterian Theater: All shows have been postponed until further notice. See craterian.org.

Oregon Cabaret Theatre: The Ashland theater will be closed until June 5, when it plans to present “The Spitfire Grill,” pending phase two reopening approval by the state. The production is scheduled to run through July 5. Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple” is scheduled to hit the stage on July 16 and run through Sept. 6. The rest of the season will go on as scheduled. See oregoncabaret.com for updates.

Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University: All theater, music and museum events have been postponed or canceled in Ashland until August because of COVID-19 restrictions. See oca.sou.edu.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival: The 2020 season in Ashland has been canceled in its entirety. See osfashland.org for further details.

Randall Theatre Company: All live theatre shows have been postponed until further notice. The production of “I Do! I Do!” is slated to hit the stage in the fall. The theatre company offers a weekly program,“Ghostlighting: Theatre in the Darke,” featuring interviews with local theater personalities, theater games families can play at home together, and virtual staged readings of original plays. New episodes of “Ghostlighting” are posted at 8 p.m. every Thursday. All episodes are available to view on the Randall Theatre Company Facebook page or YouTube channel. See randalltheatre.com for more information and links to “Ghostlighting.”