by Actors From The London Stage
Sep. 21, 2019
One of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies, Twelfth Night sends audiences on a roller coaster of love and mistaken identities. When Viola is shipwrecked on the foreign coast of Illyria, believing her twin brother drowned, she disguises herself as a boy, only to fall in love with the Duke she now serves, who loves Olivia, who is loved by Malvolio, who is hated by everyone. This play is a delightful and bewildering comedy that highlights the madness that afflicts all lovers.
Actors From The London Stage, now housed at the University of Notre Dame, is an educational and theatrical program that brings a troupe of five classically trained British actors to college campuses for week-long residencies featuring workshops and a minimalist, electric full-length production of a Shakespeare play.
This opportunity is made possible by the Department of English, the Office of the President, the College of Liberal Arts, the Department of Theatre and Dance, the Office of Graduate Studies, and the Center of European Studies
The whole residency schedule is available at https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/english/programs-and-projects/AFTLS
3738 Farm to Market Road 2714
Round Top, TX, 78954
$25 – General Admission; $12 – Student/UT ID Holders
www.shakespeare-winedale.org or (512) 471-4726
Winedale Theatre Barn
(3738 FM 2714 Round Top, Texas 78954-4901)