Romeo & Juliet: Pokéman Go! with The Actors’ Gang

Romeo and Juliet Pokeman Go

The Actors’ Gang invites you to its 10th Annual Free Shakespeare-in-the-Park for families, Saturdays and Sundays at 11:00 am. Bring your picnic, bring the kids, and come on down to Media Park in Culver City for a great time with Romeo & Juliet: Pokémon Go! Parking is free for the first hour in the Ince Lot (above Trader Joe’s) and $1/30 minutes thereafter. www.theactorsgang.com

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream is back this Weekend at The Actors’ Gang

Midsummer - Actors' Gang

Paining by Dario Fo

The Actors’ Gang brings back A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Tim Robbins, this weekend for three performances, June 2, 3, 4 (8pm) at the Ivy Substation, 9070 Venice Blvd, in Culver City. Tickets are $34.99 general admission, $30 students/seniors. Thursdays are always Pay-What-You-Can (all available tickets are sold on a donation basis at the box office starting at 7pm). You can get 2 Hours Free Parking ($1/hour after) across the street at the Ince Lot, above Trader Joe’s.

For tickets and more information, call 310.838.4264 or visit www.TheActorsGang.com.

Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream of Intoxicating Depth

Actors' Gang - Midsummer

Adam Ferguson, Bob Turton and Will Thomas McFadden

More laughter, more beauty, more of everything that makes theatre special is what you’ll find in the Actors’ Gang’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It is a night of Shakespeare that takes all emotion to the brink and entertains with a vibrancy of invention that would surely make old Will smile were he to wake from his eternal slumber.

This is a dream I shall not soon forget. In fact, I love what Actors’ Gang has created so much that I could see every remaining performance of the run, and then never see a Midsummer again, and I would be completely satisfied.

Why? What is it about the Gang’s version of Shakespeare’s most popular comedy that has marked me where the bolt of Cupid fell and made me a forever fan? I urge you to go so you can see for yourself. Words can only capture part of the experience and it is in that which is intangible that you will find its most wondrous gifts.  More

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