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