Venue Details

41 Star Starred
Waltmar Theatre - Chapman University
301 East Palm Avenue Orange, CA 92866
714-744-7087
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We went to Ways and Means Oyster House. It's "way" overpriced - making the happy hour there not so happy.
Machinal dining Apr 11 2014 star this tip starred
Suzz
The venue is charming since it isn't too big, but parking is a bear. Try to park on a side street but watch for posted signs. Refeshments in theater are minimal.
A Night of Noh Theatre info Feb 24 2014 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

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6 events
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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LR
32 events
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 beat which was exceptional since there was such a large number of members. We...continued

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25 events
16 reviews
10 stars
attended Feb 21 2013

A lot of enthusiastic energy, great effort by all performers. Impressed with their memory of their lines especially Shakespearian ‘English’. However, the delivery was poor. Words were discernable. Shouting the phrases, that was done often, was no...continued

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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.