Uproarious Shakespeare Favorite The Taming of the Shrew From American Coast Theater Company
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The last date listed for The Taming of the Shrew was Sunday July 8, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Celebrate the true spirit of Christmas with this live-action play pairing featuring Hans Christian Anderson's timeless story The Little Match Girl and a new adaptation of O. Henry's holiday parable The Gift of the Magi. The story of a poor young girl who sells matches on the street, The Little Match Girl draws us into the harsh realities of the less fortunate and the promise of everlasting warmth in the embracing arms of love. In the beloved holiday story The Gift of the Magi, a pair of struggling newlyweds makes personal sacrifices to purchase presents for one another -- before realizing that their love and devotion are the true gifts of the season. Learn More
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Featured review from Ron Rogalski
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such great acting with a fun cast of characters! My first ever Shakespeare play and it was really enjoyable. Was really helpful to be "introduced" to all the characters in the little prelude they did before starting the play... really helped me understand what was going on. Way to go ACT Company!
About the Ticket Supplier: American Coast Theater Company
American Coast Theatre Company (ACTC) is a non-profit theater company that brings together professionals and college interns to produce superior summer theatrical productions to the Orange County community.
In collaboration with Vanguard University, ACTC is committed to producing professional theatre with artistic excellence and high production value.
ACTC is also committed to producing works that may inspire hope or self-reflection through the eyes of the characters that struggle with their own humanity. The organization believes in stories that offer the possibility of enlightenment, which can be life changing. The goal is to produce works from the American and international dramatic canon, while also nurturing the development of new American playwrights.
ACTC is deeply rooted in the artistic traditions of theatre and believes in the examination of the human condition, as well as the potential for personal and social redemption revealed through thought-provoking storytelling.