A bunch of us are heading to Portland, Ore., this weekend to see the Shakespeare Festival, which is one of the biggest festivals in the world, with about 10,000 performances each night.
I was going to Portland this weekend for the first time, and I have to say, it was an amazing experience.
It’s not like a big-name show, it’s a small-name play festival, and you don’t have to go to New York or London to see it.
The people are just awesome, and the stage is incredible, so I’m really looking forward to coming back and seeing some of the other shows.
I can’t wait to go back.
The Shakespearics is a major New York institution, and it’s been around since 1976, when it hosted the first annual performance.
It was originally called the Shakespeare Festival of America, but it moved to its current name in the mid-1980s, and then was rechristened in 1994, when the city decided to name the city the New York City Shakespeare Festival.
I have no idea why New York decided to rename the festival, but its a very big deal.
The show is a Shakespearean tragedy, and a lot of people have gotten into the tradition of reciting lines to the Bard while they’re standing on the stage, and that’s been done since at least the early 1600s, according to the New Yorker.
It’s also one of two major New England festivals, with the other being the National Shakespeare Festival in New York, which has a much smaller audience.
The festival is held in Portland on the shores of Lake Oswego.
The other major city in the United States, Boston, has its own version of the festival as well, and so do several other cities in Europe.
The Portland Shakespeare Festival takes place from May 21 to June 6.
I have to admit, this is a little bit of a weird weekend, as the weather is actually really cool.
I live in Portland for the summer, and this weekend will be a bit warmer than I usually get in the winter.
But I can tell you that it’s going to be pretty amazing.
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