Venue Details

44 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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Member Tips

Artsyfartsy
Casual. Bring a jacket--the eves are cool.
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Artsyfartsy
Available.
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Artsyfartsy
Minimal. Eat before you go if you want a meal.
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Christine
Snacks & drinks are cheap there
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Hannah E.
Bring a picnic and wine before the show.
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Stephen E.
There is plenty of free parking on the street or in a parking lot across the street.
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Reviews & Ratings

37 ratings
4.9 average rating
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1 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Aug 14 2009

I thought the production was excellent! This was the first time I have attended a production at the Garden Grove Amphitheatre and was very impressed. The actors were fantastic, very professional. I had an excellent time.

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17 events
11 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 21 2009

I had not attended a Shakespeare play since high school and wasn't really sure if I would like it. The acting was exceptional and found it easier to follow than I had... continued

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12 events
8 reviews
14 stars
attended Aug 15 2009

The Event was a Great Experience! I never been to a Shakespeare Event, I had a Great Time! The Evening was beautiful with my significant other!

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More Information

Website

http://www.shakespeareoc.org/current_season.php

Description

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Thomas F. Bradac

The Bard’s treatise on Mercy and Justice. Themes of humanity, dignity, revenge, cruelty, and greed are all explored in the character of Shylock, one of Shakespeare’s most tragic figures. Placed within the structure of a romantic comedy against the background of Medieval Venice, this is both Shylock’s story, and a conflict of two fundamental religious ideologies.