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Tony Award-winner The Acting Company is introducing the magic of Shakespeare to a new generation with a performance of the playwright's final work, The Tempest, a tale told with equal parts romance, comedy, and tragedy.

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Tony Award-winner The Acting Company is introducing the magic of Shakespeare to a new generation with a performance of the playwright's final work, The Tempest, a tale told with equal parts romance, comedy, and tragedy.


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Tony Award-winner The Acting Company is introducing the magic of Shakespeare to a new generation with a performance of the playwright’s final work, The Tempest, a tale told with equal parts romance, comedy, and tragedy. See it at 8 p.m. on Thursday, February 14, at UCSB’s Campbell Hall for $19-$35. Call 893-3535.

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