As one of the performance stages for Oregon's annual Shakespeare Festival, this location has its own dramatic history. It has been raised and rebuilt no less than three times since its original construction in 1935, and the current incarnation with a backdrop that resembles an Elizabethan street is the result of extensive renovations in 1992.
The theater is open to the public during the Shakespeare Festival, however, you can speak to someone in the administration office and access the archives at any time of the year. Check the hours listed when you're in town, as the ones on the website may not be accurate.
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