Shakespeare's Romantic Comedy Twelfth Night
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The last date listed for Twelfth Night was Thursday July 25, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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A married couple moves west to build their dream house, only to encounter disaster in the heartfelt comedy Have a Nice Day, written and directed by Arden Playhouse favorite Michael Messmer (Wise Guise). Although they don't know anything about construction, Amanda and Marv Dillon have been working for months building their new home with the help of Jo, a local contractor with an endless supply of crusty old sayings. But when they get a visit from the brother and sister building inspectors, things get complicated very fast. They soon find everything they've worked for in danger. Taken to the breaking point, they have to resort to desperate measures to save their dream. Learn More
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Guests are encouraged to picnic. Snack foods and drinks will also be sold during intermission.
If the temperature is below 95 during the day, it is a good idea to bring a light jacket as the venue may become chilly after sundown. It is also advisable to come equipped with bug repellent.
About the Ticket Supplier: City Theatre at Sacramento City CollegeCity Theatre is the performing arts program at Sacramento City College, part of the Los Rios Community College District, in Sacramento, California. Our program offers a variety of classes in acting, technical theatre, film studies and theatre history.
The City Theatre season consists of our Mainstage productions, Storytime children's productions, and our touring children's troupe the "Pennywhistle Players". During the summer we move outdoors as the Producers of the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival.
City Theatre at Sacramento City College aims to bring to the Sacramento community a unified theatre experience, beginning with the best training available for anyone interested, put to the test in fine professional productions from the old to the new, which will, in turn, strive to speak as much as they can to all of Sacramento's diverse communities.