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The Tempest

All the Bay's a Stage Tour November 13-22
Fridays, 7pm
Saturdays and Sundays, 4pm

Location: Oakland Museum of California (OMCA)
1000 Oak Street, Oakland,
Blue Oak café, 2nd level

Cal Shakes invites you to get caught up in the magic of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest—a vibrant, out-of-this-world tale of romance, revenge, and forgiveness filled with live, original music and dance. This production, the cornerstone of our All the Bay’s a Stage programming, will travel to Bay Area youth and senior centers, prisons, and homeless shelters, as well as offering six public performances at OMCA. With every seat at these intimate performances just steps away from the action, this is not your average theater experience.

$20 tickets are on sale now, and a limited number of pay-what-you-can tickets will be available at the door.

OMCA is conveniently located one block from the Lake Merritt BART station at Oak Street and is accessible by a number of AC Transit bus lines. A paid parking garage is located on Oak Street between 10th and 12th streets.

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CREATIVE TEAM
Director - REBECCA NOVICK
Scenic Designer - NINA BALL
Costume Designer - NAOMI ARNST
Sound Designer/Composer/Musician - OLIVE MITRA
Stage Manager - TONI OSTINI
Assistant Director - JAMILA COBHAM
Dramaturg- PHILIPPA KELLY

CAST
Prospero- CATHERINE CASTELLANOS
Miranda/Trinculo- TRISTAN CUNNINGHAM
Ariel- AMY LIZARDO
Antonio- LIAM VINCENT
Gonzalo- CARLA PANTOJA
Caliban/Alonso- JOHN R. LEWIS
Stephano/Sebastian- PATRICK KELLY JONES
Ferdinand- RAFAEL JORDAN

All actors and stage managers in this production are members of Actor's Equity Association.

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INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

We believe in opening young minds to the power and magic of live theater. However, we understand that not every production may be appropriate for every child or family, as we frequently address mature issues, ideas, and themes. We encourage you to consider whether any particular Main Stage production is appropriate for your child, and to be in dialogue with us and your children about the content and/or artistic expression therein.

Children under four are not permitted in the Amphitheater as a courtesy to our patrons and artists.