Summer Salon Series
ANPF Theatre Talk is a series of conversations with prominent local actors and other theatre professionals, inspired by James Lipton’s television series Inside the Actors Studio. Theatre Talk focuses on the ways theatre professionals’ lives merge with their process, skill, and inspiration to create art. The series provides audiences a window into the art and the craft of theatre as practiced by artistically talented people, illuminating the nature of dramatic performance as well as providing a better understanding of artists whose work is particularly worthwhile. Theatre Talk is an exclusive production of ANPF and is hosted and produced by former ANPF Board member John Rose.
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Ashland New Plays Festival will be presenting Theatre Talk this summer for the sixth consecutive year. In response to the great success we have enjoyed, our summer series of interviews is moving to the Bellview Grange, 1050 Tolman Creek Road in Ashland, with 50% greater capacity than our previous venue. We encourage you to join us and find out how a simple conversation can uniquely illuminate the art, and enhance your appreciation, of theater.
There will be a special Theatre Talk on March 30, at 7:30 p.m., with Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Associate Artistic Director Christopher Acebo. Reservations are required for this free event. For more information email Sunny at: sunny.anderson1(at)gmail(dot)com.
All conversations begin at 7:30 p.m. and are held at the Bellview Grange, 1050 Tolman Creek Road. The regular summer series runs June through September and will feature conversations with:
- Nancy Rodriguez on Monday, June 11
- Rex Young on Monday, July 9
- Alejandra Escalante on Saturday, August 11
- Daniel José Molina on Monday, September 24
Subscription Passes to all four talks are $34 and will go on sale beginning March 31. A Mini Subscription Pass is available after the first talk, giving patrons access to the remaining three talks for $24. Tickets for individual conversations are $10 and sold at the door with cash or check only, subject to availability.