Rauch named a.d. of Oregon Shakespeare fest

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Bill Rauch has been named artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He will succeed Libby Appel, retiring at the end of the 2007 season. A freelance director, Rauch co-founded Cornerstone Theater in Los Angeles, where he was a.d. for 20 years.

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