See Shakespeare's Henry IV Under the Stars at Europa Village Winery
* Additional fees apply.
The last date listed for Henry IV was Sunday July 28, 2013 / 7:30pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Mike WRed Velvet
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The actors did not have microphones. They competed with another winery that had a band playing. Unfortunately we could not hear the actors. The environment was fine: lawn chairs under the stars. A food vendor offered very good sandwiches. Of course wine was available.
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The setting is lovely but the venue is not what I expected. I had hoped for something more like dinner theater, where we sat at tables and sipped on wine and panini while watching intimate theater. Instead we had three round tables in front...continued
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Running time is three hours including intermission.
Shows are performed outside under the moon and stars amidst the grapevines. It can get chilly in the evening. Light jackets or sweaters are recommended.
About the Ticket Supplier: Shakespeare in the VinesSITV's mission is to build and maintain a classical theatrical company of such excellence that it shall overflow its local boundaries, thus creating a renowned artistic center in the Temecula Valley; strives to develop and preserve in our citizenry a life-long need to cherish the arts; believes in constantly seeking to present work of the highest quality and in offering company members, audiences and students the richest possible learning experiences.
Modeled after the OSF (Ashland, Oregon Shakespeare Festival) which draws over half a million theatre goers annually, SITV hopes to serve as a tourism draw for our local restaurants, hotels, wineries and other business establishments.
Finally, SITV seeks to create an educational outreach for our Temecula Valley schools, to bring Shakespearean performances and workshops to the classroom, and to originate a theatrical competition in which students will study, create, and perform the literature of Shakespeare.