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These are the best cultural venues in town based on their, FACILITIES and ARTISTIC QUALITY.
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Published: September  15, 2014

California Shakespeare Theater

Founded in 1974, Cal Shakes is an award-winning, nationally recognized regional theater now under the leadership of Artistic Director Jonathan Moscone and Managing Director Susie Falk. Through seasonal productions at our outdoor amphitheater, and in year-round school and community-based programs, Cal Shakes expands access to the arts and builds diverse ownership of our region's cultural vitality by fostering participatory approaches to the artistic process and arts education. Over the last decade, our Main Stage productions—both new works and responses to Shakespeare and the classics—have earned a national reputation for their exhilarating artistry and boldness of imagination. We engage artists of the highest caliber from around the country to make the past present, reimagining the classics with a thrilling potency that provides a diversity of perspectives and aesthetics to an audience of more than 45,000 people annually.

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Address :

701 Heinz Ave Berkeley, CA 94710

Phone :

+1 510 548 3422

Schedule :

Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Published: September  15, 2014

California Shakespeare Theater

Founded in 1974, Cal Shakes is an award-winning, nationally recognized regional theater now under the leadership of Artistic Director Jonathan Moscone and Managing Director Susie Falk. Through seasonal productions at our outdoor amphitheater, and in year-round school and community-based programs, Cal Shakes expands access to the arts and builds diverse ownership of our region's cultural vitality by fostering participatory approaches to the artistic process and arts education. Over the last decade, our Main Stage productions—both new works and responses to Shakespeare and the classics—have earned a national reputation for their exhilarating artistry and boldness of imagination. We engage artists of the highest caliber from around the country to make the past present, reimagining the classics with a thrilling potency that provides a diversity of perspectives and aesthetics to an audience of more than 45,000 people annually.