The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare is ongoing at the Laguna Playhouse Sunday November 8 2015.
This play is ongoing on select dates thru November 15 2015.
The Laguna Playhouse is presenting The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet at 1:00pm and at 6:00pm Sunday November 8 2015.
The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is considered to be the greatest love story of all time.
The Laguna Playhouse production is accessible to students who’ve not experienced a Shakespeare play.
Romeo and Juliet is also full of lyrical richness and texture for High School and Middle School audiences who may have studied the text.
The Laguna Playhouse encourages you to experience this mixture of traditional and contemporary elements that reveal this timeless story of forbidden love.
Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are young (teenaged) star-crossed lovers.
Romeo and Juliet fall in love and marry in secret.
Romeo and Juliet’s love is destroyed by the hatred and violence of their warring families.
Major Themes: Love, Revenge, Hate, Fate, Courtship, Marriage and the meaning of gender.
School Day Matinee’s Thursday and Friday November 12 2015 and November 13 2015 at 10:00am.
Student Group tickets are available with Kathy Bonner (949) 497-2787 x 231
or through the ticket office at (949)497-2787 x 229
The Laguna Playhouse is located at 606 Laguna Canyon Road.
The Laguna Playhouse Parking
There is a private parking lot located behind The Laguna Playhouse.
All Day Public Parking:
There are 8 public parking lots in the City of Laguna Beach.
Prices : $10-15 all day with slight increases on weekends and holidays.
The City of Laguna Beach has ample metered parking on Laguna Canyon Road and within the city streets.
$2-3 per hour for a 3 hour maximum in the downtown area.
The meters accept most credit cards.
Parking is strictly enforced daily from 8:00am-9:00pm.