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Luke Eddy stars in Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park’s season-closing production of Hamlet. (Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park / provided)

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park’s Hamlet holds a mirror to contemporary chaos

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park’s Hamlet holds a mirror to contemporary chaos

OSP’s season-ending production runs through Sept. 30 at Myriad Botanical Gardens’ Water Stage.

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Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park opens its 33rd season with The Taming of the Shrew

A diverse selection of comedies highlights the theater company’s 2017 offerings.

Like the Dickens

Director Hal Kohlman has delivered a solid take on a slightly retooled adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” penned by D. Lance Marsh, artistic director of TheatreOCU, who also stars as Ebenezer Scrooge. Devoid of friendship, love or charity, miserly businessman Scrooge is warned by the specter of his former business partner that if

Like the Dickens

Director Hal Kohlman has delivered a solid take on a slightly retooled adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” penned by D. Lance Marsh, artistic director of TheatreOCU, who also stars as Ebenezer Scrooge. Devoid of friendship, love or charity, miserly businessman Scrooge is warned by the specter of his former business partner that if

Flock to it

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park presents a case study of a dysfunctional family from a time before anyone knew the term for it, in Anton Chekhov’s 1896 drama, “The Seagull.” Now at the Myriad Gardens Water Stage, the production is directed by D. Lance Marsh and performed in handsome period costumes by Robert Pittenridge. It

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