Thursday, September 23, 2010

Wandering Souls Presents William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

Wandering Souls presents William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night Directed by Andrew Wassenich
Running Time: 1 hour 

Wit, music, romance and revelry are the food of love in this comedic feast of lovers and fools. One of Shakespeare's most famous comedies, Twelfth Night, is a play about love in all its excess, the madness it can drive us to, the pain it gives us and finally the ability to heal that pain. Viola and her twin brother are shipwrecked in the magical land of Illyria, each believing the other drowned. Disguised as a young man, and entering the service of the lovesick Duke Orsino, Viola woos the wistful lady Olivia for her new master and finds herself in a most unusual and hilarious love triangle. Merry deceptions, mistaken identities and yellow stockings abound in this lilting comedy.

Public Pay-What-You-Can Shows:

Friday, September 24 at 7:30 pm Bloombars, 3222 11th Street NW
Wednesday, September 29 at 7:00 pm Church of the Pilgrims, 2201 P Street NW

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