The Ashland Theater Rally

Thursday, June 4, 2pm-Monday June 8, noon. (extra days available, see below)
Jackson County Emigrant Lake Point RV Park
5505 Highway 66, Ashland, Oregon (10 minutes from Ashland.) 
Sites: 9 sites, many right along the lake. One ADA site. 50’ x 14’ level pads, mostly back-in, all with full hookup. Well-maintained flush toilet restrooms with hot showers. 15 min drive or 30-40 min bike ride to Ashland. Our campground is right along the reservoir. Bring your bikes, canoes or kayaks!
Cost: Thursday-Monday, $170, Friday and Saturday only, $120, BBQ $10 per person.
Theater tickets are NOT included in these rates. Sites are being held for the full week from June 1-8. If you would like to stay for an extended time to see and do more in the Ashland area, contact Wendy for your site number once you are registered. The extra days are not included in your rally fees.
Hosts: Wendy Ware and Dan Gleason, wenware@gmail.com, 971-219-2167

Rally concluded.

Come enjoy theater and all the other great opportunities around Ashland, while you camp at Jackson County’s beautiful Emigrant Lake Park. This rally runs from Thursday through Sunday to allow full access to the eight plays onstage that week. In addition to world-class theater, there’s plenty to enjoy: boating on the reservoir, bicycling, Dagoba Chocolates, hiking, great wineries, the Rogue River, terrific brewpubs and restaurants, historic Jacksonville, the famous Rogue Creamery….Lots to see and do. Sit around the fire or the breakfast table with fellowStreamers and share your day’s discoveries or the play you just saw.

Reserve your place by registering early, then get your theater tickets right away.

To obtain tickets: OSFashland.org for previews and tickets. If you decide to become an OSF member, tickets can be exchanged easily and you get a significant discount. If you request that your tickets be held in “will call,” you can pick up your tickets before your first show and it’s easier to exchange them. All three theaters are open at this time of year. Tickets for the smaller Thomas Theatre will sell out quickly.

OSF theaters and shows:
Bowmer (large indoor stage): The Copper Children, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peter & the Starcatcher.
Thomas (smaller indoor): Bring Down the House parts I & II (adaptation of Henry VI trilogy into a fast paced 2 part production), Confederates . 
Allen Elizabethan (large outdoor): this will be the opening week of the outdoor theater. The Tempest, Black Odyssey, Bernhardt/Hamlet (an adaptation.)

Choose your own plays and times. Plays start at 1:30 or 8 pm, so you can go out to picnic in Lithia Park or dine at a restaurant before walking to the theaters.

Meals: Thursday arrival soup and salad supper at 6pm (potluck appetizers welcome), Breakfasts provided on Friday, Saturday & Sunday 8:30 am . BYOC-bring your own favorite coffee or tea Optional Saturday BBQ at the beautiful home and garden of Yvonne Fried and Marty Jacobson, proteins provided, bring potluck sides or desserts. Other meals are impromptu gatherings at local restaurants or potlucks, depending on individual schedules.

Cancellation Policy: There are times when plans change or unexpected events arise and rally attendance must be cancelled. When this occurs you may receive a refund. The amount of the refund will be determined by the club’s expense. If, for example, you cancel enough in advance that your spot is filled from a waiting list, you would be entitled to a full refund whereas a last minute cancellation would likely result in no refund at all.