The Grand Tour
7 P.M., MAY 20, 2013, CARPENTER HALL
Dr. Lue Morgan Douthit is the Director of Literary Development for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and is in her twentieth season. She is best known for her work as dramaturg, instructor, lecturer and all-around entertaining emcee for many events. This is a rare opportunity to see her as performance artist.
In this autobiographical monologue a trip with a beloved grandmother proves to be the ultimate education for Dr. Lue Morgan Douthit. Join her on this Grand Tour through photo, language, and memory.
"If you saw it in the fall, give up your seat to someone else this time." – Dr Douthit
Running time: 60 minutes
Tickets may be purchased online or by calling the Box Office at 800-219-8161.
In its second year, OSF Presents is a pilot program designed to give Oregon Shakespeare Festival artists (who have worked with OSF in some capacity during the past two seasons) the arena to share their art with the public. These shows, typically developed outside of the Festival, may feature OSF company members, guest artists, directors, designers, or Green Show artists presenting their one person shows or more adult material. The bulk of the proceeds go to the Artist after OSF expenses.