Cross Robin Hood with Romeo and Juliet and add a dash of Depression-era Americana, and the end result is the tragic, twisted
love story of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. These two renegade outlaws captured the public's imagination for a period
of three years until being gunned down by police. See this new musical based on their lives playing now in La Jolla!
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were both poor ne'er do wells, though Clyde was the one with an actual criminal record
before they met. Joining Barrow and a gang of other robbers, they hit the highway, knocking off stores, gas stations and
the occasional bank. The media turned them into violent celebrities that were revered for flaunting the law. Bonnie
and Clyde La Jolla tickets are now available!
In 1967, the controversial film Bonnie and Clyde divided critics over its portrayal of Bonnie and Clyde as folk heroes
that ordinary people could identify with. Their image in media has always had a life separate from their true history. The
only way to reconcile the differences are by getting Bonnie and Clyde tickets and
discovering their story for yourself.