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Press Releases

5/13/2013: SHAKESPEARE BY THE SEA to Present KING JOHN Sixteenth Season Features a Revisionist’s History

5/6/2013: SHAKESPEARE BY THE SEA to Present ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL Opens Sixteenth Season with Romantic Comedy about Bold Pursuit of Dreams

03/06/2013: SHAKESPEARE BY THE SEA to Produce KING JOHN, ALL’S WELL. Sixteenth Season Highlights Cut-Throat Ambition and Lovelorn Desperation

 

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 austria-constance-kj-sbts2013-me595 Duke of Austria (Andrew David James) and Constance (Kristina Teves) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 cardinal-kj-sbts13-me622 Cardinal Pandulph (Don Schlossman) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 constanc-kj-sbts13-me560 King Philip (Mark Rimer), King John (Patrick Vest), Constance (Kristina Teves), Duke of Austria (Andrew David James), and Herald (Steven Fisher) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 lewis-blanche-kj-sbts13-me548 Lewis (Garret Replogle) and Blanche (Angela Gulner) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 bastard-john-kj-sbts13-me1114 Philip the Bastard (Cylan Brown) and King John (Patrick Vest) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 pembroke-austria-kj-sbts13-me379 Earl of Pembroke (Justin Joseph) and Duke of Austria (Andrew David James) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 eleanor-arthur-kj-sbts13-me711 Queen Eleanor (Bridget Garwood) and Arthur (Nathaniel Weiss) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 henry-bastard-kj-sbts13-me1128 Prince Henry (Bryan Vickery) and Philip the Bastard (Cylan Brown) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 hubert-arthur-kj-sbts13-me936 Hubert (Chris Aron) and Arthur (Nathaniel Weiss) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 lewis-austria-philip-sbts13-me464 Lewis (Garret Replogle), Duke of Austria (Andrew David James) and King Philip (Mark Rimer) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 philip-john-sbts13-me398 King Philip (Mark Rimer) and King John (Patrick Vest) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of King John directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 parolles-bertram-aw-sbts13-amk8479 Parolles (Cylan Brown) and Bertram (BJ Allman) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest.  Photo: Aaron Matthew Kaiser
 parolles-lafeu-aw-sbts13-amk8390 Parolles (Cylan Brown) and Lefeu (Mark Rimer) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest.  Photo: Aaron Matthew Kaiser
 parolles-lavache-aw-sbts13-amk8712 Parolles (Cylan Brown) and Lavache (Justin Joseph) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest.  Photo: Aaron Matthew Kaiser
 widow-helena-diana-aw-sbts13-amk8551 Widow (Bridget Garwood), Helena (Angela Gulner) and Diana (Kristina Teves) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest.  Photo: Aaron Matthew Kaiser
 helena-diana-aw-sbts13-amk8749 Helena (Angela Gulner) and Diana (Kristina Teves) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest.  Photo: Aaron Matthew Kaiser
 parolles-lafeu-sbts13-me384 Parolles (Cylan Brown) and Lafeu (Mark Rimer) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 france-aw-sbts13-me25 King of France (Mick Simons) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 lavache-sbts13-me177 Lavache (Justin Joseph) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 bertram-diana-sbts13-me737 Bertram (BJ Allman) and Diana (Kristina Teves) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 countess-lavache-sbts13-me587 Countess (Bridget Garwood) and Lavache (Justin Joseph) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 count-helena-diana-sbts13-me647 Countess (Bridget Garwood), Helena (Angela Gulner) and Diana (Kristina Teves) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 diana-ring-sbts13-ps1504 Diana (Kristina Teves) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Paul Skolnick
 helena-bertram-sbts13-ps1449 Helena (Angela Gulner) and Bertram (BJ Allman) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Paul Skolnick
 ninja-parolles-sbts13-me562 Ninja (Brian Katz) and Parolles (Cylan Brown) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 parolles-diana-sbts13-me987 Parolles (Cylan Brown) and Diana (Kristina Teves) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Mickey Elliot
 helena-bertram-sbts13-me496 Helena (Angela Gulner) and Bertram (BJ Allman) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 production of All’s Well That Ends Well directed by Patrick Vest. Photo: Mickey Elliot
  bert-hel-sbts13-kb16 2013: Bertram (BJ Allman) and Helena (Angela Gulner) in Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well” directed by Patrick Vest for Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 season which runs June 6-August 10. Photo: Kristopher Bicknell.
 hel-bert-sbts13-kb14 2013: Helena (Angela Gulner) and Bertram (BJ Allman) in Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well” directed by Patrick Vest for Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 season which runs June 6-August 10. Photo: Kristopher Bicknell.
 john-philip-fight-sbts13-kb12 2013: King John (Patrick Vest) and King Philip (Mark Rimer) in Shakespeare’s “King John” directed by Stephanie Coltrin for Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 season which runs June 6-August 10. Photo: Kristopher Bicknell.
 philip-john-bastard-sbts13-kb15 2013: King Philip (Mark Rimer), King John (Patrick Vest) and Philip the Bastard (Cylan Brown) in Shakespeare’s “King John” directed by Stephanie Coltrin for Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2013 season which runs June 6-August 10. Photo: Kristopher Bicknell.
2012: Julia (Kristina Teves) and her servant, Lucetta (Dana Pollak) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2012 production of Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona directed by Margaret Schugt.  Runs June 7 – August 11, 2012 in idyllic settings throughout Southern California.  Admission is free – donations gratefully accepted.  Photo: Mickey Elliot.
2012: Julia (Kristina Teves) and Proteus (Charlie Woods) exchange gifts in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2012 production of Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona directed by Margaret Schugt.  Runs June 7 – August 11, 2012 in idyllic settings throughout Southern California.  Admission is free – donations gratefully accepted.  Photo: Mickey Elliot.
2012: Launce (Connor Dugard) discusses the difficulties of his life with his dog, Victor (Crab the dog) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2012 production of Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona directed by Margaret Schugt.  Runs June 7 – August 11, 2012 in idyllic settings throughout Southern California.  Admission is free – donations gratefully accepted.  Crab the Dog will tweet about his experience in the play and backstage on select nights @crabthedog2012.  Photo: Mickey Elliot.
2012: Romeo (Cy Brown) and Juliet (Barbara Jean Urich) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2012 production of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Runs June 14 – August 10, 2012 in idyllic settings throughout Southern California. .  Admission is free – donations gratefully accepted. Photo: Mickey Elliot.
2012: Romeo (Cy Brown) and Juliet (Barbara Jean Urich) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2012 production of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Stephanie Coltrin.

2011: Antonia (Dawn Douherty), Hero (Holly Long), Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson) and Leonato (Andy Kallok) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson) and Benedick (David Jay Barry) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Benedick (David Jay Barry) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Claudio (Jerrod Popham) and Don Pedro (Stephen Lydic) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Hero (Holly Long) and Claudio (Jerrod Popham) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Friar (Chris Aron), Benedick (David Jay Barry), Hero (Holly Long) and Leonato (Andy Kallok) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Shakespeare by the Sea’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson) and Verges (Cylan Brown) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson), Hero (Holly Long), Don Pedro (Stephen Lydic) and Leonato (Andy Kallok) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson), Ursula (Kaitlyn Smith) and Benedick (David Jay Barry) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Benedick (David Jay Barry), Conrade (Michael Stancliff) and Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Benedick (David Jay Barry) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Borachio (Rudy Piveral) and Don John (Jennings Turner) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Borachio (Rudy Piveral), Leonato (Andy Kallok), Don John (Jennings Turner), and Don Pedro (Stephen Lydic) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Claudio (Jerrod Popham) and Hero (Holly Long) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Don John (Jennings Turner), Claudio (Jerrod Popham) and Don Pedro (Stephen Lydic) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Hero (Holly Long), Leonato (Andy Kallok) and Claudio (Jerrod Popham) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Ursula (Kaitlyn Smith) and Antonia (Dawn Doherty) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Watch 1 (Kaitlyn Smith) and Verges (Cylan Brown) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Watch 1 (Kaitlyn Smith), Borachio (Rudy Piveral), Conrade (Michael Stancliff) and Watch 2 (Shea Scott) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Yale B. Quan

2011: Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson) and Hero (Holly Long) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Mickey Elliot

2011: Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson) and Leonato (Andy Kallok) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Mickey Elliot

2011: Claudio (Jerrod Popham) and Beatrice (Kimberly Patterson) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Mickey Elliot

2011: Hero (Holly Long) and Antonia (Dawn Doherty) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Mickey Elliot

2011: Leonato (Andy Kallok) and Verges (Cylan Brown) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2011 production of Much Ado About Nothing directed by Amy Louise Sebelius. Photo Mickey Elliot

2011: Edgar (Drew Shirley) and Edmund (Cy Brown) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Edgar (Drew Shirley) and Gloucester (Patrick Vest) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Edgar (Drew Shirley) as Poor Tom in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Edgar (Drew Shirley) as Poor Tom in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Edmund (Cy Brown) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Gloucester (Patrick Vest) and Lear (David Graham) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Kent (Andrew David James) and Lear (David Graham) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Lear (David Graham) and Cordelia (Katie Pelensky) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Lear (David Graham) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Lear (David Graham) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2011: Lear (David Graham) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s production of The Tragedy of King Lear directed by Stephanie Coltrin. Photo: Mickey Elliot.

2010: C_Press_Photo_1.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Cylan Brown in the title role of Julius Caesar. Shakespeare by the Sea presents the political thriller Julius Caesar opening at Point Fermin Park on June 17 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the comedy Twelfth Night through August 14, 2010.

2010: JC_Press_Photo_2.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Scott G. Hartman as Brutus. Shakespeare by the Sea presents the political thriller Julius Caesar opening at Point Fermin Park on June 17 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the comedy Twelfth Night through August 14, 2010.

2010: JC_Press_Photo_3.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Patrick Vest as Antony. Shakespeare by the Sea presents the political thriller Julius Caesar opening at Point Fermin Park on June 17 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the comedy Twelfth Night through August 14, 2010.

2010: JC_Press_Photo_4.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  David Graham as Cassius. Shakespeare by the Sea presents the political thriller Julius Caesar opening at Point Fermin Park on June 17 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the comedy Twelfth Night through August 14, 2010.

2010: JC_Press_Photo_5.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Caesar’s wife, Calphurnia (Rachel Levy) begs Caesar (Cylan Brown) not to visit the Senate on the Ides of March. Shakespeare by the Sea presents the political thriller Julius Caesar opening at Point Fermin Park on June 17 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the comedy Twelfth Night through August 14, 2010.

2010: JC_Press_Photo_6.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Cylan Brown in the title role of Julius Caesar and Scott G. Hartman as Brutus. Shakespeare by the Sea presents the political thriller Julius Caesar opening at Point Fermin Park on June 17 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the comedy Twelfth Night through August 14, 2010.

2010: TN_Press_Photo_1.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  While in disguise, Viola (Sarah Yahr Tucker), agrees to help Duke Orsino (Patrick Vest) win the love of Olivia. Shakespeare by the Sea presents the comedy Twelfth Night opening at Point Fermin Park on June 10 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the political thriller Julius Caesar through August 14, 2010.

2010: TN_Press_Photo_2.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Olivia (Katie Pelensky) is amused by her clown, Feste (Benjamin Allman) as he exchanges wits with her steward Malvolio (David Graham).  Shakespeare by the Sea presents the comedy Twelfth Night opening at Point Fermin Park on June 10 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the political thriller Julius Caesar through August 14, 2010.

2010: TN_Press_Photo_3.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Malvolio (David Graham) criticizes the late night revelries of Sir Toby Belch (Andy Kallok), Maria (Patrice Lakey), Feste (actor) and Sir Andrew Auguecheek (Ryan Knight). Shakespeare by the Sea presents the comedy Twelfth Night opening at Point Fermin Park on June 10 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the political thriller Julius Caesar through August 14, 2010.

2010: TN_Press_Photo_4.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Maria (Patrice Lakey) flirts with Sir Toby Belch (Andy Kallok) and Feste The Clown (Benjamin Allman) looks on. Shakespeare by the Sea presents the comedy Twelfth Night opening at Point Fermin Park on June 10 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the political thriller Julius Caesar through August 14, 2010.

2010: TN_Press_Photo_5.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Malvolio (David Graham) proudly presents his cross gartered stockings to a horrified Olivia (Katie Pelensky). Shakespeare by the Sea presents the comedy Twelfth Night opening at Point Fermin Park on June 10 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the political thriller Julius Caesar through August 14, 2010.

2010: TN_Press_Photo_6.jpg (photo by M. Elliot)  Sir Toby Belch (Andy Kallok) and Sir Andrew Auguecheek (Ryan Knight) discuss an impending sword fight. Shakespeare by the Sea presents the comedy Twelfth Night opening at Point Fermin Park on June 10 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with the political thriller Julius Caesar through August 14, 2010.

2009: hamlet_ii_press_photo.jpg Hamlet (Jason Lockhart) figures things could be a lot worse after spending a moment with the skull of Henny Yorick.  Shakespeare by the Sea presents Hamlet II playing June 19 through July 19 at the Little Fish Theatre in San Pedro.

2009: AYLI sbts_press_photo_1.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) Rosalind (Rachel Levy) (right) gets her first look at the man of her dreams as her cousin Celia (Tosca Minotto) (left) restrains her and  the court fool Touchstone (Gedaly Guberek) (left) looks on. Shakespeare by the Sea presents As You Like It opening at Point Fermin Park on June 11 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with Love’s Labour’s Lost through August 8, 2009.

2009: AYLI sbts_press_photo_2.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) Younger brother Orlando (Dominic Pham) (top) challenges older brother Oliver (Nicholas Nealon) (bottom) in scuffle over money. Shakespeare by the Sea presents As You Like It opening at Point Fermin Park on June 11 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with Love’s Labour’s Lost through August 8, 2009.

2009: AYLI sbts_press_photo_3.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) Touchstone (Gedaly Guberek) (left) tells it like it is to cousins Celia (Tosca Minotto) (center) and Rosalind (Rachel Levy) (right). Shakespeare by the Sea presents As You Like It opening at Point Fermin Park on June 11 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with Love’s Labour’s Lost through August 8, 2009.

2009: AYLI sbts_press_photo_4.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) Cousins Celia (Tosca Minotto) (left) and Rosalind (Rachel Levy) (right) dream of their true loves. Shakespeare by the Sea presents As You Like It opening at Point Fermin Park on June 11 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with Love’s Labour’s Lost through August 8, 2009.

2009: AYLI sbts_press_photo_5.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) Cousins Celia (Tosca Minotto) (left) and Rosalind (Rachel Levy) (right) discuss the nature of love. Shakespeare by the Sea presents As You Like It opening at Point Fermin Park on June 11 at 8:00 PM and running in repertory with Love’s Labour’s Lost through August 8, 2009.

2009: LLL sbts_lll_press_photo_1.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) The Princess of France and her gal-pals discover intriguing circumstances in the Kingdom of Navarre. From left to right, Katharine (Whitton Frank), Maria (Katie Pelensky), Rosaline (Tosca Minotto) and the Princess of France (Kate Woodruff Felton). Shakespeare by the Sea presents Love’s Labour’s Lost at Point Fermin Park on June 18 at 8:00 PM running in repertory with As You Like It through August 8, 2009.

2009: LLL sbts_lll_press_photo_2.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) The men of the Navarre court sign an agreement to swear off love in favor of books and learning. From left to right, Ferdiand (BJ Clark), Berowne (Rob Young), Longville (Dominic Pham) and Dumaine (Nicholas Nealon). Shakespeare by the Sea presents Love’s Labour’s Lost at Point Fermin Park on June 18 at 8:00 PM running in repertory with As You Like It through August 8, 2009.

2009: LLL sbts_lll_press_photo_3.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) Maria (Katie Pelensky) and Katharine (Whitton Frank) laugh while listening to an ill-rhymed love letter from one of the King’s men. Shakespeare by the Sea presents Love’s Labour’s Lost at Point Fermin Park on June 18 at 8:00 PM running in repertory with As You Like It through August 8, 2009.

2009: LLL sbts_lll_press_photo_4.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) Berowne (Rob Young) and Longville (Dominic Pham) read an illicit love letter. Shakespeare by the Sea presents Love’s Labour’s Lost at Point Fermin Park on June 18 at 8:00 PM running in repertory with As You Like It through August 8, 2009.

2009: LLL sbts_lll_press_photo_5.jpg (photo by M. Elliot) Don Adriano Armado (Jim Felton) proclaims his forbidden love to Jaquenetta (Sarah French). Shakespeare by the Sea presents Love’s Labour’s Lost at Point Fermin Park on June 18 at 8:00 PM running in repertory with As You Like It through August 8, 2009.

2008: Antony (Matthew Brenher) and Cleopatra (Suzanne Dean) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2008 production of Antony & Cleopatra. Photo by Ricardo Aguero.

2008: Snout (Matt Guerra), Bottom (Jeff Holden), and Snug (Megan Cordero) in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 2008. Photo by Mickey Elliot

2007: Petruchio (Mark Joseph) proves to the assembled guests that he’s tamed Kate (Suzanne Dean) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2007 production of The Taming of the Shrew. Photo by Mimi Teller-Rosicky.

2007: Bianca (Rebecca Sigl) and Lucentio (Benjamin Clark) – the young lovers in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2007 production of The Taming of the Shrew. Photo by Mimi Teller-Rosicky.

2007: Petruchio (Mark Joseph) gets Kate (Suzanne Dean) to call the gentleman, Vincentio (Andy Kallok) a woman in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 2007 production of The Taming of the Shrew. Photo by Mimi Teller-Rosicky.

2007: Kate (Suzanne Dean) and Petruchio (Mark Joseph) in Shakespeare by the Sea’s 10th Anniversary season production of “The Taming of the Shew” directed by David Graham. Photo by Ricardo Aguero.

2007: Portia (Betsy Roth), Gratiano (Kevin Gonzales), Bassanio (Benjamin Clark), and Nerissa (Brittney Kalmbach) in The Merchant of Venice, directed by David Graham.

2007: Katherina (Suzanne Dean)and Petruchio (Mark Joseph) in The Taming of the Shrew.

2007: Kate (Suzanne Dean) and Petruchio (Mark Joseph) in this season’s production of The Taming of the Shrew directed by Christopher Morrison opening Thursday, June 14 at 8pm. Photo by Mimi Teller-Rosicky

2007: Portia (Betsy Roth) and Bassanio (Benjamin Clark) from The Merchant of Venice, directed by David Graham. Production opens Thursday, June 21 at 8pm. Photo by Mimi Teller-Rosicky

2005: Merry Wives of Windsor. Photo Roxanne Wong

Audience shot Laguna Niguel

Audience shot Point Fermin, San Pedro

Audience shot Newport Beach

Audience shot Point Fermin, San Pedro, closing weekend

2004: Audience shots at Hesse Park – photo 1
2004: Audience shots at Hesse Park – photo 2
2004: Audience shots at Hesse Park – photo 3

1999: Hortensio (Kyle Knauf) having a bad day with the woman he loves.

1999: Kate (Amy Sebelius) and her sister Bianca (Heather Gonzalez) terrorizing one another.

1999: Kate (Amy Sebelius) getting her nose pinched by Petruchio (Brian McGovern).

1998: The Courtesan (Emily Duval), Pinch (Dave Shipp), and Luciana (Laura Hart),and Adriana (Liz Urena)in 1998, SBTS’s first season.

1998: Luciana (Laura Hart)and Adriana (Liz Urena) fight over Antipholus of Syracuse (Johathon Townley) in Comedy of Errors.

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