Press-Telegram (Long Beach)

WHEREFORE ART THOU?

The Long Beach Shakespear­e Co.’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ streams online

- By Hunter Lee hlee@scng.com

Experience the classic story of two star-crossed lovers from the comfort of your home.

A virtual Long Beach Shakespear­e Company performanc­e of the famed author’s popular love story, “Romeo and Juliet,” is available to stream online until March 28.

The show features a full stage performanc­e with set designs by Nicole Braucher, and Natasha Renae Potts starring as Juliet and Conor Sheehan as Romeo.

“Verona has never been as vibrant and Juliet’s balcony has never been as romantic,” the theater company said in a Faecbook post. “That, along with Ramzi Jneid’s fresh costumes, make our latest production of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ our most visually stunning streaming production yet.”

The streamed performanc­e is a recorded version of the stage show, not a live stream.

The cost to stream the show is $35 per household. After the link is sent to you, it can be viewed on smartphone­s, computers and some smart TVs; and it includes a Google link for a PDF of the program to print or view.

After paying, viewers will have until March 28 to watch the performanc­e.

IF YOU GO

What: A streamed performanc­e of William Shakespear­e’s “Romeo and Juliet,” by the Long Beach Shakespear­e Company

When: Through March 28

Where: Online, link to stream provided with purchase

Price: $35

Info: LBSHAKESPE­ARE.ORG

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For Long Beach Shakespear­e Co., the show must go on. The troupe is staging a full production of the timeless love story “Romeo and Juliet,” co-starring Conor Sheehan and Natasha Renae Potts in the title roles. While no audiences are permitted, audiences can pay $35 for a virtual performanc­e.

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