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The Great Society by Robert Schenkkan at Oregon Shakespeare Festival. In the years from 1965 to 1968, LBJ struggles to fight a “war on poverty” even as his war in Vietnam spins out of control. Besieged by political opponents, Johnson marshals all his political wiles to try to pass some of the most important social programs in U.S. history, while the country descends into chaos over the war and backlash against civil rights.

Robert Schenkkan's The Great Society, a world premiere production and the second part to his award-winning All the Way, will run at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival from July 23 through November 1 in the Angus Bowmer Theatre.

The Comedy of Errors, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 2014. Set in Harlem.

The Comedy of Errors - Oregon Shakespeare Festival 2014

The Tempest. Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 2014.

Ashland on My Mind — Local theater artists chime in on the upcoming Oregon Shakespeare Festival season. By Anna Grace.

Assassins by Stephen Sondheim at the Ashby stage of the Shotgun Theater in Berkeley, 2012.

Assassins by Stephen Sondheim at the Ashby stage of the Shotgun Theater in Berkeley, 2012.

Leftovers by Josh Wilder. Staged reading at Culture Fest produced by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 2014.

Leftovers by Josh Wilder. Staged reading at Culture Fest produced by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 2014.

Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue, by Quiara Alegria Hudes. Staged reading at Culture Fest produced by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 2014.

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival will stage a world premiere adaptation of Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time from April 16 through November

Water by the Spoonful by Quiara Hudes at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 2014.

Water by the Spoonful by Quiara Hudes at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 2014.

Scapin -- American Conservatory Theater by Moliere; Adapted by Bill Irwin and Mark O'Donnell.

Scapin -- American Conservatory Theater by Moliere; Adapted by Bill Irwin and Mark O'Donnell.

Tales of the City: A New Musical - American Conservatory Theater by Armistead Maupin Mary Ann Singleton, a naive young woman from Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting San Francisco on vacation when she impulsively decides to stay.

Tales of the City: A New Musical - American Conservatory Theater by Armistead Maupin Mary Ann Singleton, a naive young woman from Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting San Francisco on vacation when she impulsively decides to stay.

ARCADIA -- American Conservatory Theater by Tom Stoppard In 1809, Thomasina Coverly, the daughter of the house, is a precocious teenager with ideas about mathematics, nature and physics well ahead of her time. She studies with her tutor Septimus Hodge, a friend of Lord Byron (an unseen guest in the house). In the present, writer Hannah Jarvis and literature professor Bernard Nightingale converge on the house.

Bel Powley as Thomasina, Raul Esparza as Valentine Coverly, Lia Williams as Hannah Jarvis and Tom Riley as Septimus Hodge in Arcadia.

Chinglish -- Berkeley Rep by David Henry Hwang In Chinglish, an American businessman heads to Asia to score a lucrative contract for his family’s firm—but the deal isn’t the only thing getting lost in translation when he collides with a Communist minister, a bumbling consultant and a suspiciously sexy bureaucrat.

David Henry Hwang's Chinglish came to Berkeley Rep under Leigh Silverman's direction.