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PFOR THEERFECT STAY Independent Shakespeare Co.


Shakespeare by the Sea Prefer your Shakespeare with a Pacific Ocean


backdrop? This seasonal theater company produces 10 weeks of free performances at more than 20 ocean-adjacent venues across Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Last year alone, the company drew more than 20,000 people to its open-air settings. This summer’s top show is a performance of Macbeth at Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes (100 Terranea Way; 310-494-7891, terranea.com)—arguably one of Shakespeare by the Sea’s most breathtaking locations. à 310-217-7596, shakespearebythesea.org


Barbara and Lawrence


Fleischman Theater While most known for its breathtaking gardens and exhibitions, the Getty Villa is also home to several open-air productions that take place each autumn at the property’s grand Barbara and Lawrence Fleishman Theater. In keeping with the museum’s first-century Roman-style architecture, the 500-seat classical theater is modeled after venues of ancient Greece and Rome. Each September, the theater welcomes a series of classic works, which in the past have included Euripides’s Hippolytus and Plautus’s Tug of War. à 310-440-7300, getty.edu


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