Oregon Shakespeare Festival Intensive
This program has been cancelled for summer 2020.
This class will meet on the Texas State University campus during the 2020 summer semester and includes a required field trip to study the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Summer 2020 Term: July 6, 2020 - August 6, 2020
Program Travel: July 26, 2020 - August 2, 2020
Course will meet on the Texas State University campus in San Marcos several times before the start of the program and through out the summer semester.
Orientation Meetings: April 27, 2020 and July 24, 2020
Course Meetings: Meets regularly, July 6, 2020 - August 6, 2020
Required: Field trip to Ashland, Oregon (Oregon Shakespeare Festival)
Program Objectives and Details
This program offers intensive undergraduate courses that examine theatre production with a specific focus on acting and directing at this country’s largest regional theatre, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF). With an annual budget of over $25 million, the largest resident acting company in the United States, and a season of 11 plays produced in 3 varied theatres from February until November, the scope and impact of OSF is significant to theatre throughout the country.
A company of directors, actors, and designers works in a true rotating repertory system, performing in multiple plays in the season’s offerings. Their contracts allow many of them to live and raise families in this unique community. Students will analyze, interpret, and study the plays, playwrights, and artists working for OSF this season. The students will also conduct research into the history of the company, its founding, and current producing level.
- Preliminary course work, instruction in TRACS, pre-trip meetings.
- 45 contact hours in Ashland.
- Meeting sessions with company actors, technicians, literary managers, and artistic directors
- Tickets for productions at OSF
- Backstage tour
- Green show productions
- Hotel stay, breakfast each morning
Admission is selective, and space is limited.
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Students may register for up to three (3) credit hours during this program.
Pre-trip orientation meetings will take place on the Texas State campus in San Marcos.
Online coursework is also required.
Tuition and Program Fee
Tuition for three hours of undergraduate university credit (one course): $862.71
Additional Program Fee, which includes housing, theatre, tickets, and breakfast during the program: $1,990
Important Note: Airfare to/from Oregon, lunch and dinner, and personal expenses are not included in the Program Fee.
The course tuition and program fee will be billed and paid through SBS Billing and Payment.
Drops and Refunds
All university policies regarding installments, course drops, and refunds apply to all billed and paid tuition and program fees.
Applying to the Courses/Program
Important: To ensure your place in this course/program you must complete the program application and then receive approval from Program Director, Mr. Jerry Ruiz.
Applications have been suspended for this program.
Registering for the Course
After applying for and being accepted into the program, you must also register for your course though the Student Information System/Catsweb during the regular University registration period.