Sierra Foothills Shakespeare Festival

The Sierra Foothills Shakespeare Festival is a non-profit learning theatre organization situated in El Dorado Hills, California. Its first production, Romeo and Juliet which was launched on June 9, 2006 on a model Elizabethan stage at the outside amphitheater of Folsom High School meant specifically for the event. The Sierra Foothills Shakespeare festival draws from home El Dorado Hills/Folsom plus Bay Area talent, and resembles both seasoned as well as new performers. The festival's chief effort is to breathe life into William Shakespeare's heritage on a conventional Elizabethan stage whereas educating and amusing the spectators. Productions put up with the conventional style of the work as the organizers feel it should be represented: no changing of the Bard's language, no modern alteration that can cloud the intent or story of the plays.

It will takes place from July to September.2016 content yet to come...

Sierra Foothills Shakespeare Festival Gallery

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Boat-works Dine At Festival Plays
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Juliet Death Romeo Death Conservancy
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Foothill Theatre Theatre Singing in Festival