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
Went to dinner to Adobe ,Mexican on Lemon and Chapman. The food is excellent
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Goldstar Member
We parked on the street as there was enough parking just across the theater
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Goldstar Member
Please don't get the lamb at the Citrus Grill!
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Goldstar Member
Wear comfy shoes and give yourselves plenty of time to walk around Old Town Orange.
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Dyan
Can park under football field buy a parking ticket, do not park in neighbor.
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Armen
Be prepared to walk a long block if you park in the recommended parking lot.
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Reviews & Ratings

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29 reviews
10 stars
attended Feb 23 2013

Histerically funny, fast paced and a bit difficult to understand Shakespearine if you're not use to the language and the cast spoke so rapidly. The cast never missed a... continued

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5 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 16 2013

Very enjoyable. Made me forget I was watching college kids. Very professional. Well done

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4 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 21 2013

The cast was outstanding. The auditorium was excellent. Dialog was a little hard to understand as they speak fast and our hearing is "old" and limited, but the "action speaks better than words."

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Website

http://www.chapman.edu/theatre

Description

Twelfth Night, or What You Will, by William Shakespeare, is a comedy about a cross-dressing, ship-wreck surviving, poetry-loving girl (Viola) who finds herself at the center of a not-so-average love triangle. Full of music, riotous behavior, drink, dance and giving in to self-indulgence, it is thought to be the last romantic comedy penned by the Bard. Colorful and exotic, _Twelfth Night _is Shakespeare at his comedic best.