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Some of the diverse plays taking stage this season at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival include, (from left) Disguised as a male actor, Viola (Jamie Ann Romero) sneaks a moment of tenderness with Will (William DeMeritt) in “Shakespeare in Love,’ (middle) Voices of the marginalized are lifted up with sensitivity and respect in ‘Mojada,’ and (right) A Korean-American family offers a window on the immigrant experience in “Hannah and the Dread Gazebo.”

Some of the diverse plays taking stage this season at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival include, (from left) Disguised as a male actor, Viola (Jamie Ann Romero) sneaks a moment of tenderness with Will (William DeMeritt) in “Shakespeare in Love,’ (middle) Voices of the marginalized are lifted up with sensitivity and respect in ‘Mojada,’ and (right) A Korean-American family offers a window on the immigrant experience in “Hannah and the Dread Gazebo.”

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Beyond White Culture

Diversity at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Stories of people of color written by people of color now playing at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland.