Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew Under the Stars
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The last date listed for The Taming of the Shrew was Saturday August 24, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Featured review from Pat ClarkRed Velvet
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The performance was excellent, exceeding our expectations. Bring a blanket and a chair pillow for comfort. Dress is very casual and expect it to be cooler in the evenings. The paninis sold at Temecula winery are $13.00 each and, of course, wine is sold. The cast members ( in character) gave out fruit to the audience before the show started.
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It was a wonderful night enjoying Shakespeare under the stars. We plan to go back for the next production. Glad we brought a sweater and a blanket and a cushion for the seats. Amazing view of night sky and beautiful vineyards and sunset.
About the Ticket Supplier: Shakespeare in the Vines
SITV’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.