We saw 2 plays on this trip, both in the outdoor Elizabethan stage, and thoroughly enjoyed both. We saw The Heart of Robin Hood, and Cymbaline. Both plays worked well in this venue.
I appreciated the inclusion of the deaf actor, in contrast to some of the other reviewers. I was impressed the first evening, when I saw him in a minor part. It was interesting to see him again in a major part. It does change the interactions, for sure, but I found it interesting.
Although there is a concession stand, the choices are extremely limited, and you are not allowed to bring in food or drink, so plan accordingly.
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