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Tuesday, May 01, 2012

*Twelfth Night* Brings Midsummer Madness to Lincoln

The Flatwater Shakespeare Company proudly presents its June/July, open-air production of 2012: Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, directed by Bob Hall.

Twelfth Night will run Wednesday through Sunday evenings, June 13 - June 24, 7:30 p.m., at The Lincoln Community Foundation Garden, located on "N" Street, between 14th and Centennial Mall, in downtown Lincoln.

The show will then play Thursday through Sunday evenings, June 28 - July 8, at eight Lincoln area parks and other outdoor venues.

Call 402-473-2897 for information.

Thanks to generous support and in keeping both with our mission to engage new audiences for classic theater, we are offering admission to all performances of Twelfth Night free of charge. We suggest a freewill donation of $10 but our policy is – donate what you can, but just give Shakespeare a try.

Twelfth Night is one of Shakespeare's most romantic comedies, featuring twins, pirates, lovers, scoundrels, clowns, disguises, and mistaken identities. It comes with music, duels, romance and ribaldry. Come join the fun under the stars!

The Cast:
Viola, a shipwrecked Gentlewoman disguised as
      Cesario, a young Gentleman:  Maggie Austin
Orsino, the lovesick Duke of Illyria: Nathan Weiss
Olivia, a grieving Noblewoman:  Summer Widhalm
Feste, a Jester:  Andy Dillehay
Malvolio, manager of Olivia’s estate:  Richard Nielsen
Sir Toby Belch, Olivia’s uncle:  Tom Crew
Sir Andrew Aguecheek, a suitor to Olivia:  Clay Stevens
Maria, lady-in-waiting to Olivia: Marie Barrett
Sebastian, brother of Viola, also shipwrecked:  Cory Misek
Antonio, a mariner and alleged Pirate:  John Marinovich 
Fabian, servant to Olivia: Mike Lee
Valentine, a lord in Orsino’s court: Shade Ingraham
Curio, a lord in Orsino’s court: Michael De La Rosa
Captain, a native of Illyria: Richard Imig

The (Other) Creative Team:
Director: Bob Hall
Stage Manager: Michelle Zinke
Tour Coordinator: Andy Dillehay
Costumes: Janice Stauffer
Lighting: Rich Schroeder
Dramaturg: Stephen Buhler


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What an amazing group, so excited to see it.

10:32 AM  

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