The Oregon Shakespeare Festival's new Green Show offers a lineup of more than 50 artists performing June — through Oct. 12 on the OSF bricks. OSF artistic director Bill Rauch announced his desire to redesign the Green Show when he first assumed the reins at OSF. Green Show performances take place in the Festival courtyard (on the bricks) before evening theatre performances every night of the week but Monday. Start times are 7:15 p.m., June — through Aug. 10, and 6:45 p.m., Aug. 12 through Oct. 12. The Green Show performances last approximately 35 minutes. For more information, visit /greenshow




The schedule, listed below, is subject to change.




June




June 3: Siskiyou Violins &

Faina Podolnaya Studio.




June 4: Paul Oscher &

"Alone with the Blues."




June 5: Rogue Valley Peace Choir &

"Journey in Peace."




June 6: Paul Oscher &

"Alone with the Blues."




June 7: Ricky Lee. High-energy, fervently patriotic country music entertainer.




June 8: Paul Oscher &

"Alone with the Blues."




June 10-11: Rutendo! Marimba.




June 12: Rogue Valley Peace Choir &

"Journey in Peace."




June 13-15: Echo of Dance with Terra Nova Consort.




June 17-19: Buckworld One &

hip-hop theatre.




June 20: One Horse Shy with Mysha Caruso.




June 21: The Clown Audition &

movement theatre.




June 22: Bardbershop. Singing group comprised of OSF acting company members.




June 24-25: The Metal Shakespeare Company. Shakespeare scenes adapted for power metal music performed in full costume.




June 26-28: Stone Forest &

classical/world music/hip-hop fusion.




June 29: Palo Alto Orchestra.




July




July 1-3: Ananda Natya Dance Company. South India's classical dance style Bharata Natyam.




July 4: Bardbershop. Singing group comprised of OSF acting company members.




July 5: Medium Troy. "Bohemian Dub" music &

a mix of hip-hop, funk, dub, rock and fat bass lines.




July 6: Karen Lovely. Contemporary and classic blues singer.




July 8-11: Rogue Opera.




July 12-13: Gamble Everything for Love. A 30-minute Bollywood adaptation of The Clay Cart.




July 15: Sue Carney with Opus — and special guest. Renowned local jazz quintet.




July 16: Earth Capades &

Environmental vaudeville.




July 17: Sue Carney with Opus — and special guest Michael Vannice.




July 18: Sue Carney with Opus — and special guest In Black.




July 19: Earth Capades &

Environmental Vaudeville.




July 20: Music of Shakespeare's Time with Sue Carney.




July 22-23: David Valdez, saxophonist. Afro-Cuban/Brazilian jazz quartet fronted by saxophonist David Valdez.




July 23 at 12:30 p.m. (Note special start time): Estudiantina de la Universidad de Guanajuato. Student music ensemble from Ashland's sister city Guanajuato, Mexico.




July 24: Son de Madera &

Mexican song and dance.




July 25: Ballet Folklorico. Traditional Mexican regional folkdances by advanced youth performers.




July 26 at 12:30 p.m. (Note special start time): Mambo Rico. Local 10-member salsa dance band.




July 26: Estudiantina de la Universidad de Guanajuato. Student music ensemble from Ashland's sister city Guanajuato, Mexico.




July 27 at 12:30 p.m. (Note special start time): Ballet Folklorico.




July 27: Grant Ruiz with Terry Longshore. Flamenco music and dance.




July 29: The Hobart Shakespeareans. Shakespeare with a rock'n'roll influence.




July 30: Tsokoshata Marimba. Middle-school marimba players playing an upbeat repertoire of world music.




July 31: The Hobart Shakespeareans. Shakespeare with a rock'n'roll influence.




August




Aug. 1-3: Anjani's Kathak Dance of India.




Aug. 5-6: SOU Brass Quintet.




Aug. 7: Bindaas. Western-influenced music from India.




Aug. 8-10: Greta Oglesby. Blues and jazz.




Aug. 12-13: Cherry Blossom Visual Music. Art music meets dance, juggling and mayhem &

vaudeville style.




Aug. 14-17: Impro: Shakespeare UnScripted. Improvised from audience suggestions.




Aug. 19-24: Dance Kaleidoscope. OSF's former resident Green Show dancers and Indiana's premier professional contemporary dance company returns.




Aug. 26-31: Terra Nova Consort. Spanish Renaissance music performed on period instruments.




September




Sept. 2: "Carnival of the Animals" with nutshell masks and theater.




Sept. 3: Ballet Folklorico.




Sept. 4: "Carnival of the Animals" with nutshell masks and theater.




Sept. 5: Medium Troy. "Bohemian Dub" music &

a mix of hip-hop, funk, dub, rock and fat bass lines.




Sept. 6-7: Dancing People. High energy modern dance.




Sept. 9-14: Playback NYC. Improvisational hip-hop theater.




Sept. 16-17: Sarah Jane Nelson. Country, folk, bluegrass, gospel and blues.




Sept. 18: "Carnival of the Animals" with nutshell masks and theater.




Sept. 19: Sarah Jane Nelson. Country, folk, bluegrass, gospel and blues.




Sept. 20: Guitar Club. A guitar-based ensemble of OSF company members.




Sept. 21: "Carnival of the Animals" with nutshell masks and theater.




Sept. 23-25: Disco Organica. Fusion of trip-hop, jazz, funk, drum'n'bass.




Sept. 26: Mambo Rico. Local 10-member salsa dance band.




Sept. 27: The Clown Audition &

movement theatre.




Sept. 28: Hamfist. Americana/country/bluegrass/cowboy string band.




Sept. 30-Oct. 1: Jazz Quartet, Opus 4 and 5. Americana/country/bluegrass/cowboy string band.




October




Oct. 2-3: Roadmasters. Classic blues and rock.




Oct. 4-5: Sarah Jane Nelson. Country, folk, bluegrass, gospel and blues.




Oct. 7-8: Liquid Fire Mantra. Fusion of dance, theatre, and circus using fire, masks and dancing.




Oct. 9-10: Sue Carney and storyteller Kevin Carr and Friends quartet.




Oct. 11-12: The Clay Cart Trio. Music from OSF production The Clay Cart.