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All the world’s a stage at high school Shakespeare competition in Temecula

Dozens of young actors from high schools around the Inland Empire competed in the Seventh Annual High School Shakespeare Monologue Competition at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater on Tuesday, April 23.
Master of ceremonies Rob Crisell performed his show “Shakespearey” alongside high school and middle school students before the competition.
“It’s always exciting to see the timeless works of Shakespeare performed by some of the most talented young people in Riverside County,” Crisell said.
The student who best performs a monologue, as judged by a panel of actors, will receive a check for $400. Second place earns $200 and three other finalists will receive $50.
Rob Crisell performs his show “Shakespearey” for high school and middle students as they prepare for the Seventh Annual High School Shakespeare Monologue Competition at Old Town Temecula Community Theater In Temecula Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.
High school students perform with Rob Crisell during his show “Shakespearey” at Old Town Temecula Community Theater In Temecula Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.
Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Rob Crisell performs his show “Shakespearey” with high school and middle students as they prepare for the Seventh Annual High School Shakespeare Monologue Competition at Old Town Temecula Community Theater In Temecula Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.
Rob Crisell performs his show “Shakespearey” for high school and middle students as they prepare for the Seventh Annual High School Shakespeare Monologue Competition at Old Town Temecula Community Theater In Temecula Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.
Rob Crisell performs his show “Shakespearey” with high school and middle students as they prepare for the Seventh Annual High School Shakespeare Monologue Competition at Old Town Temecula Community Theater In Temecula Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.
Rob Crisell performs his show “Shakespearey” with high school and middle students as they prepare for the Seventh Annual High School Shakespeare Monologue Competition at Old Town Temecula Community Theater In Temecula Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.
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