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Amanda Baumgart, in the blue hat, reacted as Neal Beckman’s schoolmaster character Holofernes visited the audience during a Sunday performance of Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labors Lost” at Centennial Lakes Park in Edina. Amanda attended the show with her dad, Ruediger, and brother, Gustav, left.

JEFF WHEELER • jeff.wheeler@startribune.com,

A family in a paddleboat caught a snippet of the bard’s verse, as performed by the Classical Actors Ensemble, which has four more performances in Minneapolis and St. Paul in the coming week.

JEFF WHEELER • jeff.wheeler@startribune.com,

All the park's a stage …

  • July 6, 2014 - 9:14 PM

Amanda Baumgart, in the blue hat, reacted as Neal Beckman’s schoolmaster character Holofernes visited the audience during a Sunday performance of Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labors Lost” at Centennial Lakes Park in Edina. Amanda attended the show with her dad, Ruediger, and brother, Gustav, left. A family in a paddleboat caught a snippet of the bard’s verse, as performed by the Classical Actors Ensemble, which has four more performances in Minneapolis and St. Paul in the coming week.

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