Cornerstone Theatre director Michael John Garces at a recent table reading for "California: The Tempest."
You might say California politics are full of Shakespearean drama, with a history full of power grabs, betrayal and fatally flawed leaders. Los Angeles' Cornerstone Theatre is taking that idea to a new level. The community theater troupe re-imagines the magic realism of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" as a parable steeped in California politics, agriculture and the hunger that drives so many Californians. Reporter: Steven Cuevas