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Green Shows in OSF's courtyard

Free outdoor entertainment begins at 6:45 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays on the Courtyard Stage, outside the Allen Elizabethan Theatre on the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's campus, 15 S. Pioneer St., Ashland. The free shows run through Oct. 16.

Sept. 1: Cedric Lamar — The singer, songwriter and OSF actor describes his music as "soul on the rocks, with a bluesy aftertaste.”

Sept. 2: PHAME — Portland's acclaimed fine and performing arts academy features young and older adults with developmental disabilities.

Sept. 3: ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum — The museum brings science to life with amazing demonstrations.

Sept. 4: PHAME — Portland's acclaimed fine and performing arts academy features young and older adults with developmental disabilities.

Sept. 6: Bathtub Gin Serenaders — Hot jazz and blues from the 1920s, '30s and beyond.

Sept. 7: I Have a Dream — Excerpts from the Craterian Music Hall's celebration of African-American music and performers, featuring gospel, soul, blues, funk and jazz.

Sept. 8-9: Van-Anh Vo — Vietnamese music performed on a dan tranh zither.

Sept. 10: Curtain Climbers Aerial Dance Company — Ashland-based dance troupe performs using silks, trapeze, rope and lyra.

Sept. 11 and 13: Todo Mundo — World music band plays rumba, reggae, samba, Balkan and Gypsy styles.

Sept. 14: OSF company member Cassie Fetty presents the "Gals of Country Music," a tribute to women in country music.

Sept. 15: Ballet Folklorico Ritmo Alegre — Local troupe performs traditional dances from many states and regions of Mexico.

Sept. 16: Berkeley Morris — Group performs various traditional Morris dances using handkerchiefs and sticks.

Sept. 17: Samba Heart & Soul — U.S., Caribbean and Brazilian music and dance tribute to Nina Simone.

Sept. 18: Berkeley Morris — Group performs various traditional Morris dances using handkerchiefs and sticks.

Sept. 20: Samba Heart & Soul — U.S., Caribbean and Brazilian music and dance tribute to Nina Simone.

Sept. 21: Flat 5 Flim Flam — Group performs acoustic swing music.

Sept. 22: Chickspeare — Fast, fun, physical, all female and fully improvised Shakespeare.

Sept. 23: Heiwa Taiko — Older, dynamic and energetic grandmas perform Taiko drumming.

Sept. 24: Chickspeare — Fast, fun, physical, all female and fully improvised Shakespeare.

Sept. 25: Heiwa Taiko — Older, dynamic and energetic grandmas perform Taiko drumming.

Sept. 27: The Hired Hands — Roots country with legendary pedal steel.

Sept. 28: W.H. — Vocal and instrumental quartet performs Shakespeare's sonnets and songs.

Sept. 29: The Curtain Climbers Aerial Dance Company — Ashland-based dance troupe performs using silks, trapeze, rope and lyra.

Sept. 30: W.H. — Vocal and instrumental quartet performs Shakespeare's sonnets and songs.

Oct. 1: Consortium of Asian-American Theaters and Artists — Selections from CAATA ConFest's Pan Asian and Pacific Islander communities.

Oct. 2: Eth-Noh-Tec — San Francisco-based company uses precision choreography to tell stories.

Oct. 4: Consortium of Asian-American Theaters and Artists — Selections from CAATA ConFest's Pan Asian and Pacific Islander communities.

Oct. 5: Eth-Noh-Tec — San Francisco-based company uses precision choreography to tell stories.

Oct. 6: A Moving Sound — Original music from Taiwan traditional instruments, ethereal vocals and dance.

Oct. 7: Edna Vazquez — Portland-based Latin-American singer-songwriter performs original compositions.

Oct. 8: Supaman — Native-American cultural song and dance mixed with modern day hip-hop music.

Oct. 8: Consortium of Asian-American Theaters and Artists — Selections from CAATA ConFest's Pan Asian and Pacific Islander communities.

Oct. 9: Edna Vazquez — Portland-based Latin-American singer-songwriter performs original compositions.

Oct. 9: Supaman — Native-American cultural song and dance mixed with modern day hip-hop music.

Oct. 11: Hamfist — Cowboy and Americana blast Hamfist makes pretty songs purdy.

Oct. 12: Cornflower — Vocalist, live-looper and one-man jam-band.

Oct. 13: NANDA — Acrobaticalist Ninja Theater.

Oct. 14: Dirty Cello — Cello like you've never heard.

Oct. 15: Embodiment Project — Street dance theater, live song, spoken word choreo-poetry.

Oct. 16: NANDA — Acrobaticalist Ninja Theater.

San Diego band Todo Mundo will blend pop, reggae, rock, Gypsy, Caribbean and Latin music Sunday and Tuesday, Sept. 11 and 13, at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's Green Show. www.todomundomusic.com