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

gdonohue
Azteca room, one block south, great food and quick in and out service.
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Cal
Parking on the Street is very close
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Fran
Little pizza place - great to get a bite.
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Mary - Laguna Beach
Lots of great places to eat one block away.
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Mary - Laguna Beach
Parking lot around the corner from the restaurants.
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Reviews & Ratings

24 ratings
4.4 average rating
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13 events
7 reviews
4 stars
attended Sep 11 2010

A wonderful evening of Shakespeare. Well acted and staged. It is a complicated tragic story that unfortunately is too true in many ways. I thoroughly enjoyed the evening... continued

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6 reviews
3 stars
attended Sep 02 2010

Superb acting and direction in a diffuclt play to stage. I am amazed at the quality of performance that emanates from this theatre. Some people who left early, because... continued

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28 reviews
5 stars
attended Sep 11 2010

This is a terrific production!! The cast is absolutely first-rate! And you don't have to be a Shakespeare expert to appreciate it. We had a wonderful night under the... continued

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More Information

Website

http://www,shakespeareoc.org

Description

_The Tragedie of King Lear _

Starring Dennis Krausnick

A test of love is only the beginning of one old man’s journey on the path to Hell. Considered by many to be William Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, Lear is about repercussions of pride and vanity that eventually lead to the fatal destruction of both the great king and all who are of real importance to him. Lear is a metaphorical epic—a story of violence, lust, betrayal, madness, and the predatory side of human nature.

Directed by Thomas Bradac