Del Mar Foundation features ‘A Bard’s Eye View’

Candace Kohl, Barbara Fitzsimmons, Karolen Linderman, Phyllis Mirsky, Arlene Lighthall, Anne Ebeling, Carol Mason

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By Tanys Evangelisti

This month’s Del Mar Foundation Cultural Arts evening featured Jonathan McMurtry performing “A Bard’s Eye View,” a Shakespearean view of the world through characters in his plays and sonnets. McMurtry is a graduate of London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. His professional acting career began in 1961 at San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre. He has enjoyed a 50-plus-year affiliation with The Old Globe where he is an associate artist. McMurtry has a record of over 200 productions to his credit, and has performed in all of Shakespeare’s plays.

For more information, visit www.delmarfoundation.org. Photos by Zelda Waxenberg and Tanys Evangelisti

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