This year's Grand Prize Winners Join us for the ultimate celebration of summer mischief and magic, A Midsummer Night’s Dream! Let Puck entertain you with extraordinary feats of mischief, as he mercilessly toys with lovers of all kinds, humans and fairies alike. “Lord, what fools these mortals be!” Plays at 8pm June 12 through 14, 26 and 28 at Point Fermin Park, San Pedro. “Something’s rotten in Denmark,” on Friday, June 19, as you experience the ultimate royal family drama: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Disturbed by the ghost of his father, the despondent prince weighs family loyalty and self-preservation against his duty to the crown, with tragic results. Plays at 8pm June 19 through 21, 27, July 3 and 5 at Point Fermin Park, San Pedro. Our season will run through August 16. Visit here for additional dates and locations all over Southern California. As always, we can really use your support to make all this happen. Can we count on you to:
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Blogging the 2014 SBTS seasonA Midsummer Night's Dream
Closing night! It’s always a bittersweet affair. For me, it’s always my favorite performance as an actor. Because for whatever reason you are able to really let go and experience everything for the first time…knowing that it’s your last time. Weird but true. And we had an a amazing closing. 1400 people in Pt. Fermin Park came to see the …
So I admit that I have been remiss in my blogging duties. It’s been a whirlwind five weeks getting both shows open and running. So we have finished our first run at our home base of Pt. Fermin Park in San Pedro. We love our time in San Pedro- Pt. Fermin feels like a second home. The location is gorgeous, …