Ashland Aerial Arts (formerly Le Cirque Centre) is committed to challenging youth of all ages to build confidence in their physical capacity and creative impulses in space where people of all races, gender expressions, abilities, religions and national origins can engage in learning aerial arts and self-expression safely.
Ashland High School Theatre has provided a rich performing arts program for our community in theatre, dance, music and song.
Ashland New Plays Festival (ANPF), founded in 1992, is a nonprofit organization that encourages playwrights in the creation of new works through public readings. It also offers an educational forum to the community through discussions and workshops.
Opera Company and Young Artists Education
Camelot is a non-profit, semi-professional theatre company located in a new, state-of-the-art 164-seat theatre just five miles north of Ashland, OR. The theatre company, in operation as Camelot since 2003, offers at least twelve high quality, affordable productions all year long that include musicals, plays and musical events. The second Wednesday of each mainstage production is a Pay-What-You-Can Night.
Craterian Theatre at the Collier Center for the Performing Arts
Since 1986, OREGON CABARET THEATRE has become a destination attraction for theatre-loving Ashland tourists as well as for its legions of local and regional fans. The Cabaret has earned a reputation for producing stylish shows full of music, laughter, great production values and top talent: musicals, revues and comedies.
Living the Vision in the Performing Arts at Southern Oregon University...
Founded in 1935, the Tony Award-winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) is among the oldest and largest professional non-profit theatres in the nation.
Launched in 2019, Rogue Theater Company presents theater that evokes, entertains, and enlivens the human spirit. In a collaborative environment — from Oregon Shakespeare Festival's artists past and present, to the vast pool of extraordinary talent throughout the Valley — our vision is to provoke dialogue, encourage empathy, and inspire curiosity.