William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night
The Public Theatre of Kentucky's Sunburst Youth Theatre, in collaboration with Western Kentucky University's Department of Theatre and Dance, presents,
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Carol Jordan
***Flashing lights will be used in this performance.***
November 12-15, 2015
Twelfth Night, one of Shakespeare's most famous comedies, is a play about love in all its excess, about the madness it can drive us to, the pain it gives us, and finally its ability to heal that pain. Twins Viola and Sebastian are separated in a shipwreck, landing on different shores of a country called Illyria, each one assuming the other to be drowned.As a young woman alone in the world, Viola decides to don man's attire and present herself to Duke Orsino, the ruler of Illyria, as a young gentleman, Cesario. As the Duke's most trusted servant, Cesario is sent to woo Olivia, a countess with whom the Duke has fallen madly in love, on the Duke's behalf.Viola does her duty, but in her heart she realizes that she has fallen in love with Orsino.
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The Phoenix Theatre of Bowling Green Kentucky (View)
545 Morris Alley
Bowling Green , KY 42101
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