Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Under the Stars at Festival Amphitheater
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The last date listed for Romeo and Juliet was Saturday August 25, 2007 / 8:15pm.
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Featured review from goldstarjimRed Velvet
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As usual, the Orange County Shakespeare festival was very good. The weather was beautiful, and the scenery is minimalist, but true to the original spirit. Some of the actors were excellent, including the Prince and Capulet (Juliet's dad), and the overall experience was just a blast.
A big thank you to the OC Shakespeare staff for accommodating our late entry. Who knew there were two Chapman Ave. exits on the 57?
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Two friends and I went - very nice facility and staff, great price, and terrific acting! There was a lot of swordfighting and brawling; very realistic and scary.
As mentioned in today's LA Times article (8/13), the female lead was a little...continued
Only William Shakespeare could deliver this captivating tale, the greatest romantic tragedy of all time. Set against the backdrop of a civil war between families, destiny takes the two star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, on a journey of love, passion, and ultimately death.
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