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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Audience Comments on Flatwater Shakespeare's *Twelfth Night*

"Thank you to the cast and crew of Twelfth Night! The open-air setting, handsome costuming, masterful direction, and first-rate performances made for a truly delightful and memorable evening! Don't miss it!"

"I just returned from seeing Twelfth Night. A big thanks to the cast for a splendid evening . . . Thank you for lifting my spirits; I hope to see you again! God bless!"

"A fun show in a lovely setting. Thanks for a wonderful evening!"

"I had a great time at the show on Friday night - many thanks to the talented cast and crew for a throughly enjoyable show!!"

"Flatwater Shakespeare’s production of Twelfth Night, currently playing one more week at the Foundation Garden and then touring Lincoln city parks for two weeks, is hands down the best Twelfth Night I have ever seen . . . It is Shakespeare mixed with Preston Sturges, Noel Coward, and the Marx Brothers. It is bright, clear, sparkling, and absurdly funny. I watched as if seeing and hearing it for the first time: it honestly seemed brand new. Go now so you can make your plans to see it again and again. Hell, you’ll want to see it one time just to ogle the gorgeous clothes again!"

"Thank you all for a wonderful show!"

"Well done cast! My family and I enjoyed the show! Saw the show tonight. There really are no words to describe how hysterically funny it is. The whole cast was incredible . . ."

"Saw the show Friday night. It was amazing. Everyone in Lincoln should see this!"

The Flatwater Shakespeare Company production of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, or What You Will, directed by Bob Hall, continues this Friday, June 22, at the Lincoln Community Foundation Garden in downtown Lincoln ("N" Street near Centennial Mall). Show times 7 p.m.

Admission Free ($10 donation suggested)!

The production will run through Sunday, June 24, before embarking on a two-week tour of Lincoln parks and other outdoor venues.

Photo: Cory Misek as Sebastian, Maggie Austin as Viola/Cesario, Andy Dillehay as Feste, and Summer Widhalm as Olivia in Flatwater Shakespeare's production of Twelfth NightPhoto Credit: John Nollendorfs.


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