Love, Loss & Jealousy Abound in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale
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The last date listed for The Winter's Tale was Saturday March 30, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Long Beach Shakespeare Company's Richard Goad Theatre
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Featured review from Goldstarlife
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The Winter's Tale was performed in a store front theater on Atlantic Blvd. strategically located near restaurants, cafes, ice cream shops and more to satisfy your appetite before or after the show.
Despite the theater's limited capacity (approx. 45 or 50), the shows cast packed a big punch with this little know Shakespeare play! The major players were dynamite and practically sent the audience jumping out of their seats as the kings jealousy escalated with fits of rage, anger and jealousy towards the queen.
The show is up close and personal and beats a day in front of the television set or computer.
Great way to support local talent as well!
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I saw the show closing night. Considering the limitations of the Goad Theater, it was a generally good production. Randy Castrejon as Leontes was very good. Excellent articulation, and he really "got" that jealous king. Sean Scofield as Camillo is...continued