Shakespeare's Twelfth Night Set in 1960s San Francisco
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The last date listed for Twelfth Night was Sunday December 23, 2007 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Lucie Stern Theatre:
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- $56.00 - $68.00
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Set in the French Antilles, this one-act musical from the creators of Ragtime and Seussical combines elements of both Romeo and Juliet and The Little Mermaid. The result is an exhilarating calypso-tinged story filled with infectious rhythms, rousing dance and exuberant theatricality. The Tony-nominated hit chronicles the fairy-tale love of a young peasant girl for a handsome young aristocrat -- a love that leads her to save him from death. As the gods debate the star-crossed lovers' fate, the islanders gather to sing and celebrate the hope of the human spirit. Learn More
If music be the food of love, let’s party! Shakespeare’s celebration of love in all its magical permutations gets a music-filled reimagining in the City by the Bay, circa 1967. In a psychedelic summer of love, this madcap tale of mismatched lovers, mistaken identities, and melancholy fools finds merriment in the foibles of infatuation, and insight in the gloriously human adventure of love denied, delayed, and at last, delicious. It’s the perfect holiday comedy.
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Robert Kelley
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