Venue Details

48 Star Starred
Festival Amphitheatre
Located in Euclid Park on 12762 Main Street 12852 Main Street Garden Grove, CA 92840
714-590-1575
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Carmen Elisabeth Rexach
There is a park next door and you can enjoy a picnic before the event. You can take food in with you, but can't eat in the theater and the intermission is too short to snack.
A Midsummer Saturday Night's Fever Dream dining Jul 28 2014 star this tip starred
Michelle
The weather was hot that evening.. I wore shorts and a t-shirt but others went in a dress. Either way is okay :).
Macbeth dress Sep 02 2013 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

36 ratings
4.2 average rating
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6 events
1 review
1 stars
attended Aug 07 2008

I love hthis play but not this production. It was difficult to hear, (Ariel's character in particular) and the female chorus was distracting at best. It lacked the magic and artistry that Shakespeare wrote into the script.

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69 events
17 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 09 2008

As always, Shakespeare Orange County has the best quality productions around. However, The Tempest isn't quite as good as Henry V. Maybe this was because we saw a opening weekend production. That said, we stumbled across a pre-play lecture that...continued

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28 events
20 reviews
23 stars
attended Aug 23 2008

I am a big Shakespeare fan but I really didn't like the performance. It wasn't what I expected. Being Shakespeare's last play and his farewell to his audience, I expected it to be performed differently. The repeated punning around took away...continued

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Description

A shipwreck delivers a party of conspirators and their guests to an island inhabited by a sorcerer, his daughter, and a mélange of characters, of both the magical and half-human sort. It’s payback time for the villains, as the Sorcerer Prospero now has the opportunity for revenge. But things change for all when the sorcerer’s daughter falls for the enemy’s son, and in the final moment, the Bard leaves us “with such stuff as dreams are made on”.