The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival is performing The Tempest in Almaden Valley. The performance will delight audiences of all ages as the cast brings to life the humor, romance, and adventure of this enchanted tale.
Throughout its history, The Tempest has been regarded as the pinnacle of Shakespeare’s dramatic output. Widely believed to be his final and most autobiographical play, it utilizes the wisdom and understanding gained from a career as a highly regarded dramatist.
Some of the Bard’s most delightful characters inhabit The Tempest’s magical island. Prospero, the sprite Ariel, the slave Caliban, and the clowns Stephano and Trinculo, all help bring to life the humor, romance, and adventure of this tale.
Shakespeare’s The Tempest will performed be at the Almaden Library on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 from 6:00 – 6:55pm. Post-show Q&A with the cast will be at 7:00pm. The performance is free. [THIS EVENT IS CLOSED]