Edward Lewis French as Ariel, standing center, points two swords at Eric Rodriguez as Prince Ferdinand as Cathy Orlando as Prospera, right, approaches during Shakespeare Miami’s rehearsal of ‘The Tempest’ at the Barnacle Historic State Park in Coconut Grove. The regional nonprofit theater company is presenting free Shakespeare in the Park performances through January, in Miami, Hollywood and Coconut Grove.
Edward Lewis French as Ariel, standing center, points two swords at Eric Rodriguez as Prince Ferdinand as Cathy Orlando as Prospera, right, approaches during Shakespeare Miami’s rehearsal of ‘The Tempest’ at the Barnacle Historic State Park in Coconut Grove. The regional nonprofit theater company is presenting free Shakespeare in the Park performances through January, in Miami, Hollywood and Coconut Grove. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Edward Lewis French as Ariel, standing center, points two swords at Eric Rodriguez as Prince Ferdinand as Cathy Orlando as Prospera, right, approaches during Shakespeare Miami’s rehearsal of ‘The Tempest’ at the Barnacle Historic State Park in Coconut Grove. The regional nonprofit theater company is presenting free Shakespeare in the Park performances through January, in Miami, Hollywood and Coconut Grove. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’: By yard or park

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