Juniors, seniors go on annual class trip to Oregon Shakespeare Festival (slideshow)

[slideshow_deploy id=’3937′] (Photos by Cissy Shi, Ryan Ho, Connor Martin, Savannah Symister and Clare Fina)

The juniors and seniors went on the annual class trip to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oct. 1-4. Students saw plays such as “King Lear,” “My Fair Lady,” “A Streetcar Named Desire,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “The Heart of Robin Hood.” Most students rafted down the Klamath River on the second day, despite the cloudy, cold weather. That night, students and teachers went to either a play or a movie before gathering at Zoey’s Cafe for traditional late-night ice cream, including the signature flavor Rogue Pear. In Ashland, students and teachers also visited local stores and boutiques as well as the famous “Sprite” fountain and Lithia Park. While searching for restaurants, however, many seniors were dismayed to find that Munchies Restaurant & Bakery—in their opinion, a must-go eating destination—has closed.

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