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Live Rogue Valley theater, closures: Nov. 6


Editor’s note: Please check with local venues for the latest updates on how they are affected by COVID-19 restrictions.

Barnstormers Theatre: The local theatre group will present “Pygmalion” by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Amelia Caldwell. “Pygmalion” is the classic play that inspired the musical “My Fair Lady.” It tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a cockney flower girl who seizes a chance to improve her chances in life by learning how to speak proper English under the tutelage of a phonetician, Professor Henry Higgins. Higgins accepts a bet from Colonel Pickering to pass Eliza off as a fine lady, and Eliza’s transformation begins. The relationship that forms between teacher and student is at the heart of this witty and poignant play. This production will be shown to live audiences and also via livestream. Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Nov. 7, and at 2 p.m. Sundays through Nov. 8. There will be no performance on Halloween, Saturday Oct. 31. Tickets to the live performances will be sold to groups of four people for $60. The livestream performances will take place on ShowTix4U. Tickets for the livestream performance are $15 for 1 to 2 viewers, $30 for 3 to 4 viewers, and $50 for 5 or more viewers. To purchase tickets for a live performance, see barnstormersgp.org or call 541-479-3557. For tickets to a livestream performance, see showtix4u.com/eventdetails/40503. See barnstormersgp.com for more information and details on upcoming shows, or email at barnstormersgp@gmail.com with questions.

Collaborative Theatre Project: Mary Chase’s “Harvey” is brought to life on the CTP stage, located at 555 Medford Center in Medford. This comedy follows the frustrated attempts of society matron Veta Louise Simmons as she tries to keep the eccentricities of her brother, Elwood P. Dowd, from public view. Elwood keeps introducing strangers to a companion whom no one else can see; a 6-foot, one-half-inch-tall rabbit named Harvey. Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays Nov. 13-28, and at 1:30 p.m. Sundays, Nov. 15-29. Tickets are $25. Seating for the show will be socially distanced, and face masks are required. For tickets and further information, see ctpmedford.org or call 541-779-1055.

Oregon Cabaret Theatre: The Ashland dinner theater, 241 Hargadine St., on the corner of First and Hargadine streets, presents a “Cabaret Series” of musical and comedy acts. The last act of the series will be a walk down memory lane with Associate Artistic Director and Cabaret favorite Galloway Stevens on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6-7. A holiday presentation of “White Christmas” will be replaced by the comedy “Scrooge in Rouge,” a musical version of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” that centers on what happens when 17 members of a cast of 20 fall ill from food poisoning — forcing the three remaining performers to play all the parts in the show. “Scrooge in Rouge” will open on Thursday, Nov.19, and run through Dec. 31. For details on these shows, including times, and future performances, plus tickets prices and seating information, call the box office at 541-488-2902 or visit oregoncabaret.com.

Teen Musical Theater of Oregon — ‘A Christmas Together’: TMTO will present “A Christmas Together — A TMTO Holiday Concert” this holiday season, a socially distanced show featuring fresh treatments of familiar favorites to new-to-you tunes, every song tellING the story of what it means to be together during the most wonderful time of the year. Shows are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, Dec. 4-19; and at 3 p.m. Sundays, Dec. 6-20, at the Craterian Theater, 23 S. Central Ave., Medford. Tickets are $25. For tickets and information, see craterian.org or call the Craterian Box Office Tuesdays through Fridays at 541-779-3000.


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

Camelot Theatre: The theatre has canceled its 38th season. See camelottheatre.org for further information.

Craterian Performances: The Craterian Theater at The Collier Center for the Performing Arts in Medford has postponed its traditional 2020-21 season. It will resume as soon as conditions allow. For further information, see craterian.org or call 541-779-8195.

Jacksonville Farmer’s Market: The outdoor market has been canceled for the 2020 season. See jville.market for updates.

Oregon Oldtime Fiddlers, District 4: Because of COVID-19, the local fiddlers district has canceled the remainder of its 2020 Saturday jam schedule. Organizers hope to resume the public jams early in 2021. Call 541-779-8145 or see ootfa4.org.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival: The 2020 season in Ashland has been canceled. See osfashland.org for details. Also, look for O!, a new interactive and immersive digital content platform. O! can be accessed for free at osfashland.org/digital. Content available or in development includes interviews, digital storytelling, OSF archival engagements, online classes, podcasts, audio plays and more. To receive updates and release information, go to osfashland.org/digital and click on the “Join O!” button at the bottom of the page.

Rogue Valley Symphony: The Rogue Valley Symphony hopes to return to the stage in September 2021. It will be offering a series of digital concerts in the meantime. Search YouTube for “Rogue Valley Symphony” to see posted concerts. See rvsymphony.org, email at tickets@rvsymphony.org or call 541-708-6400 for further details.

Randall Theatre Company: The theater company has opened The Ghostlight Playouse in downtown Medford. See randalltheatre.com of visit the Randall Theatre page on Facebook for updates.

Southern Oregon Repertory Singers: The choir has canceled all concerts through March 2021. The choir will decide early next year whether or not to hold the May concert. For further information and to receive free digital content, see repsingers.org. Content includes interviews with composers and singers, clips from past concerts, new solos and virtual performances and program talks by Music Director Paul French.