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58 Star Starred
Festival Amphitheatre
Located in Euclid Park 12762 Main St. Garden Grove, CA 92840
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13 events
11 reviews
2 stars
lots of local eats to grab a bite after the show if you like
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11 reviews
2 stars
lot parking is limited and street parking fills up quickly, so leave time to look for parking if the event is likely sold out
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"The Tragedie of King Lear"
24 ratings
4.4 average rating
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17 events
8 reviews
4 stars
attended Sep 11 2010

A wonderful evening of Shakespeare. Well acted and staged. It is a complicated tragic story that unfortunately is too true in many ways. I thoroughly enjoyed the evening and would recommend it to all! It was also a nice night for an outdoor...continued

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7 reviews
4 stars
attended Sep 02 2010

Superb acting and direction in a diffuclt play to stage. I am amazed at the quality of performance that emanates from this theatre. Some people who left early, because they couldn't understand Shakespearan English or Lear's madness, missed a...continued

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52 reviews
8 stars
attended Sep 17 2010

I was very impressed with the production and the theater. What a find in the middle of Garden Grove. It is a treasure. Hope to see more in the future.

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_The Tragedie of King Lear _

Starring Dennis Krausnick

A test of love is only the beginning of one old man’s journey on the path to Hell. Considered by many to be William Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, Lear is about repercussions of pride and vanity that eventually lead to the fatal destruction of both the great king and all who are of real importance to him. Lear is a metaphorical epic—a story of violence, lust, betrayal, madness, and the predatory side of human nature.

Directed by Thomas Bradac