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Twelfth Night


Directed by Carmen Khan
 
March 23 - May 20  - CALENDAR
Wed - Sat @ 7pm; Sun @ 2pm
Opening Night: Wednesday, March 28!
Closes: May 20
 
Tickets or call the Box Office at 215-496-8001
In this irresistible romantic comedy, Artistic Director Carmen Khan will transport audiences to Illyria - a topsy turvy place, where everything is turned upside down and nothing is what it seems. Viola loves Orsino, who thinks he loves Olivia. Olivia thinks she loves Cesario who is really Viola, dressed as a man. Malvolio thinks he is a gentleman, but he is not. The foolish and foppish Sir Andrew thinks he is a fine match for the Lady Olivia, but he is far from it. There is disguise and impersonation at every turn; even the language is turned upside down. Nobody really knows who they are or what they want, except Viola.

Our production will be full of the music of love composed by award winning composer Fabian Obispo, who brought us the exquisite music of Pericles, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and most recently, Hamlet and As You Like It.




Sunday, April 15

Event in partnership with The Delaware Valley Legacy Fund
After the 2pm performance of Twelfth Night, join us for a cocktail reception with our panel of scholars as they engage in an open discussion about the role of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender characters and influences in Shakespeare's plays.
TICKETS: $50* Includes Admission for One to:
  • 2:00pm Matinee Performance of Twelfth Night and;
  • 4:30 Cocktail Reception and Panel Discussion
  • To reserve your space, call 215-496-8001
  • Admission to the panel discussion only: $20*
    *Handling Fee Applies

Friday, April 20
Season Reception
following the 7pm performance of Twelfth Night, join us for a reception party with the director and artists!
Free with purchase of performance ticket.
 
Sunday, April 29
Forum - Twelfth Night
After the 2pm performance of Twelfth Night, join us in a discussion with the director and artists!
Free with purchase of performance ticket.