The Scenes

This was the best field trip that I have ever been to. My favorite scene was Romeo and Juliet It was so romantic! I was blown away by the love scenes and the fights!

Stephanie Arreola

Student

From a romantic, moonlit balcony to the dangerous streets of Verona, this series of scenes revolve around the tragic intertwining of Romeo and Juliet - a pair of “star-cross’d lovers” from feuding rival families who attempt to defy their destiny in the greatest love story ever told.

ROMEO AND JULIET

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Infamous for her "intolerable" disposition, Katherina Minola is supremely confident that no man will ever place a ring on her finger – that is, until she meets Petruchio! As their verbal sparring quickly becomes physical, the two begin to test each other's resolve and ultimately, their love.

You guys did a terrific job! I have to say that Taming of the Shrew was hilarious. The actors did an awesome job and I loved how physical it was!

Elizabeth Alcazar

Student

The greatest part of the show was the scene from Macbeth. The sword fights were perfect and really exciting! When Macbeth was slain, it was amazing!

Dustin Michael DeCaro

Student

A general in the Scottish army, Macbeth is returning from battle when he is confronted by three witches who prophesize his ascension to the throne of Scotland. Aided by his wife, Macbeth savagely pursues his dreams of power as his world slowly crumbles around him.

THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH

When Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, discovers that his father was murdered by his uncle in order to gain the throne, he embarks on a quest for revenge which ultimately destroys the young prince. Thus begins the Bard's most complex exploration of human ambition and vengeance.

I loved Hamlet the best. It was very romantic and yet sad when Ophelia and Hamlet meet in the church. Thanks again for giving me such a great field trip!

Elizabeth Nam

Student

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET

A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM

Hermia, Helena, Lysander and Demetrius - four young lovers lost in the forest one enchanted evening seeking true love set the stage for this magical masterpiece which chronicles Shakespeare's hilarious look at love and the fanciful folly which inevitably arises.

My favorite scene was from A Midsummer Night's Dream with the four lovers. Not only was it funny, but it seemed almost acrobatic! Thank you so much!

Annie Sahl

Student

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