Venue Details

11 Star Starred
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90038
424-239-6506
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The weather was warm. I wore light shirt & pants; flip flops.
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55 ratings
3.5 average rating
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1 review
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attended Jun 22 2007

What an incredible atmosphere! The cast was superb and the sword fight at the end was worth the 3 hours of the show! We would go again and have reccommended it to all of our friends!

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4 reviews
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attended Jul 01 2007

really terrible ... sorry actors ... but hamlet only had one voice it seemed at times .... also the king deciding to take off his beard (a full one at that) during a scene cos it was bugging him ..... ophelia doing a lindsey lohan impersonation...continued

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11 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 01 2007

The idea of the production was very good - the setting matched the play, it was comfortable and pleasant.The actors themselves were a mixed bag: some were wooden and sounded lik 6th graders reciting memorized lines. Others were excellent and able...continued

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Website

http://www.shakespeareinthecemetery.com/

Description

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!