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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Evan Rachel Wood, by any other name

Posted by on Tue, May 5, 2009 at 6:20 PM

Update (May 11, 2009): Theatre In The Park is announcing today one additional performance of Romeo & Juliet. Tickets ($50) for the Tuesday, May 19, 7:30 p.m. show can be purchased by calling the theater's box office, 919-831-6058.

Evan Rachel Wood on the set of brother Ira David Wood IV's production of Romeo and Juliet for Theatre in the Park. The sold-out show runs May 15-17.

(Click photos for larger images.)

Story in our May 13 issue.

click to enlarge Evan Rachel Wood (Photo by Jeremy M. Lange)
  • Evan Rachel Wood (Photo by Jeremy M. Lange)


click to enlarge Evan Rachel Wood as Juliet with her father, Ira David Wood III, as Capulet (Photo by Jeremy M. Lange)
  • Evan Rachel Wood as Juliet with her father, Ira David Wood III, as Capulet (Photo by Jeremy M. Lange)


click to enlarge Evan Rachel Wood as Juliet with Kyle Perren as Romeo (Photo by Jeremy M. Lange)
  • Evan Rachel Wood as Juliet with Kyle Perren as Romeo (Photo by Jeremy M. Lange)

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