Plays in local theaters: June 10, 2010

ASHLAND CONTEMPORARY THEATRE: Formerly Ashland Community Theatre, the company will present playwright Hugh Whitemore's "Breaking the Code" at the Bellview Grange, 1050 Tolman Creek Road, Ashland. Whitemore's play is a look at the mind of Alan Turing, the eccentric genius who broke the German Enigma Code during World War II and led scientists to the development of computers and artificial intelligence. Jeannine Grizzard directs. The show will open Friday, June 11, and run through July 3, with performances set for 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays and 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets cost $15, $12 for students and seniors and may be reserved online at or by calling 541-646-2971. Tickets also are available at Paddington Station, 125 E. Main St., Ashland, and the Grocery Outlet, 35 E. Stewart Ave., Medford.

camelot theatre company: 101 Talent Ave., Talent. The box office is open from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and one hour before performances. See or call 541-535-5250.

spotlight on the mills brothers: Duaine George, Lonny George, Jim Harris and Steve Harris will present "Lazy River," "I'll Be Around," "Paper Doll" and other four-part harmonies by the Mills Brothers. Shows are set for 8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, through June 13. Tickets cost $18. Reserved seating is available for $2 per ticket.

auditions: Male dancers and singers may audition for the roles of Cosmo Brown and Don Lockwood in "Singin' in the Rain," set for Dec. 1 through Jan. 10 at Camelot Theatre. Auditions will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, June 6. Bring a photo, resume and 32 bars of a song. An accompanist will be provided. Call the box office for more information.

oregon cabaret theatre: First and Hargadine streets, Ashland. For tickets, visit the box office, see or call 541-488-2902.

I Love you, You're Perfect, now change: Kevin P. Hill directs and choreographs this revue of songs and sketches, which explore the challenges of waiting, dating, mating and relating. The musical comedy is based on the book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro and music by Jimmy Roberts. The show will open Friday, June 11, and run through Monday, Aug. 30. Show times are set for 8 p.m. Wednesdays through Mondays and at 1 p.m. on Sundays. Tickets cost $21 for Sunday evening performances, $27 for Sunday brunch matinees, $28 and $30 for Thursday and Monday shows and $32 and $34 for Friday and Saturday shows. A gourmet dinner menu is available for evening shows and there is a brunch menu for Sunday matinees. Ticket prices do not include food or beverage.

OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL: 15 S. Pioneer St., Ashland. See or call 541-482-4331.

Twelfth night: Shakespeare's treasured comedy brims with antics and beloved characters, both prudish and crudish. The show will open Friday, June 11, and run through Oct. 11 on the Elizabethan Stage. Darko Tresnjak directs.

Henry IV, Part One: Shakespeare's drama sets King Henry and his line in a life-or-death struggle for England's political future. The show will open Saturday, June 12, and run through Oct. 12 on the Elizabethan Stage. Penny Metropulos directs.

The Merchant of venice: Shakespeare's ironic comedy examines the quality of mercy when moneylender Shylock makes a harsh demand for repayment. The show will open Sunday, June 13, and run through Oct. 13. Bill Rauch directs.

Well: Lisa Kron's dramatic exploration of health and illness takes a humorous turn with the entrance of her affable, chronically ill mother. The show will run through June 18 in the New Theatre. James Edmondson directs.

American Night: THE BALLAD OF JUAN JOSÉ: Los Angeles-based performance troupe Culture Clash with writer-comedians Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas, and Herbert Sigüenza team up with actors at OSF to present a comic mix of past and present, stereotype and truth. The show will run Tuesday, June 29, through Oct. 31 in the New Theatre. Jo Bonney directs.

cat on a hot tin roof: Tennessee Williams' portrait of a Southern family on a long, sultry night will run through July 4 in the Angus Bowmer Theatre. Christopher Liam Moore directs.

hamlet: William Shakespeare's psychological tragedy will run through Oct. 30 in the Angus Bowmer Theatre. Bill Rauch directs.

SHE LOVES ME: A love letter to the American musical, with book by Joe Masteroff, music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, will run through Oct. 30 in the Angus Bowmer Theatre. Rebecca Taichman directs.

ruined: Lynn Nottage's 2009 Pulitzer- and Obie-winning tribute to the resilience of women will run through Oct. 31 in the New Theatre. Liesl Tommy directs.

pride and prejudice: Joseph Hanreddy's and J.R. Sullivan's adaptation of the Jane Austen novel will run through Oct. 31 in the Angus Bowmer Theatre. Libby Appel directs.

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