The Old Globe TheaterThe City of San Diego has one of the most established Shakespearean theaters in the nation at the Old Globe Theater in Balboa Park. The Old Globe Theater was founded in 1935 for the California Pacific International Exposition to show short version's of the bard's works. The Old Globe Theater has survived two terrible fires that destroyed two of its theaters and continues to produce at least 12 main stage productions each year in addition to smaller plays and an extensive educational and community program.
Seventy Years of the Old Globe TheaterThe Old Globe has worked with a wide variety of artists and performers throughout its nearly 70-year history. Notable artists include playwright Neil Simon, actors
Old Globe Theater Plays for the Fall SeasonThe Old Globe Theater is presenting Dr. Suess' "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" from Nov. 19 to Dec. 31. Performances at the Globe and Carter Theaters start at 8 p.m. from Tuesday through Saturday. Matinees are
Hours of Operation and LocationThe Old Globe Theater is located in Balboa Park. Visit their web site at www.oldglobe.org. The Old Globe Theater has a wide range of pricing programs for the shows based on show dates, the number of plays and previews. Seniors, active-duty military and dependents and full-time
For more information about show times and ticket prices, call 619-231-1941.
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