"Shakespeare in the Cemetery" Presents Hamlet at Hollywood Forever Cemetery!
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The production was good, and there were some surprises in staging in the second half.
However, a long shakespearean tragedy after a wine-laden picnic was not perhaps the best choice. We were sleepy and ready to be out of there. We actually stayed all the way through (11:45!) - more than half the audience left at the intermission, which was 10:30 pm and already dragging.
Hollywood Forever Cemetery and Tall Blonde Productions present the first annual “Shakespeare in the Cemetery” event, William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Brianna Lee Johnson. New York may have “Shakespeare in the Park” but Los Angelenos will now have a new way to experience the Bard’s work, as the Hollywood Forever Cemetery will be presenting two of Shakespeare’s classics in their park every summer. Audiences are invited to arrive early, bring a picnic dinner to enjoy, a blanket to sit on and friends with which to share an inspiring evening. Dinner and a play have never been quite like this!