Venue Details

39 Star Starred
Waltmar Theatre - Chapman University
301 East Palm Avenue Orange, CA 92866
714-744-7087
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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
Park in the parking garage, not on the street.
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Goldstar Member
They had a small selection of snacks and bottled water.
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AJC
Parking a long distance away, in the rain, tarnished the memory of the evening.
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AJC
Too bad Chapman can't run a tram from the garage, as South County colleges do.
info Feb 23 2013 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Casual or dressy is fine.
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Goldstar Member
We got there early and parked on the street.
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Reviews & Ratings

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3.8 average rating
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289 events
108 reviews
276 stars
attended Feb 26 2011

Not bad for a student production by a very energetic troupe. A well conceived translation of the murderous tale to an indeterminant time was well directed. Nice costumes,... continued

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8 reviews
3 stars
attended Feb 19 2011

I agree with one of the other reviewers. The set was minimal, yet effective; the actors well rehearsed. However, I felt that sexuality was over used at times.I would not be able to bring my high school students to this production.

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AJC
13 events
2 reviews
4 stars
attended Feb 19 2011

I agree with a prior review that the performance was lively and entertaining. The characters were updated in time, but the lines were surprisingly faithful to... continued

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Website

http://www.chapman.edu/theatre/calendar.asp

Description

Directed by Thomas Bradac.

“By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes…” Macbeth is Shakespeare’s darkest and most brutal tragedy of regicide, betrayal and supernatural power. A 400-year-old play inhabited by witches, warlocks, murderers and blind ambition, Macbeth could be ripped from today’s headlines for its insight into the human condition. Staged by Thomas F. Bradac and designed by Don Guy, Chapman University’s production will exploit Shakespeare’s poetic language as it reflects upon contemporary human suffering and its need to survive and rebuild in the wake of devastation