Coming in the summer of 2018
Twelfth Night has the funniest characters Shakespeare ever put into a play. And it has these eccentric plotlines:
- Boy loves Girl. Girl loves Girl who dresses as Boy.
- Boy loves Girl. Girl hates Boy. Boy dresses in yellow stockings to impress Girl. Boy get put in insane asylum.
- Boy gets drunk and holds wild parties and keeps everyone up at night.
- Boy loves Girl. Boy is an idiot.
Othello, along with Hamlet, King Lear and Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s four great tragedies. Othello, A black general, marries a white aristocrat.Their love is true, deep and eternal. Or is it? A treacherous soldier uses Othello’s “otherness” as a way to insinuate that she can’t be faithful to him. Othello is a blistering drama that will stay with you long after the curtain comes down.
What if it rains? The show will go on, rain or shine
In the event of heavy rain, we will perform in our indoor venue at St Thomas’s Episcopal Church, 33 Chestnut Street in Camden. Because of limited seating at the rain venue, we will give priority seating to those who have purchased tickets in advance, and then to those who have made reservations, in the order that the reservations were received. For those ticketholders who are only interested in seeing the play performed outdoors, we will honor their tickets at any future performance. In the event that heavy rain or lightning begins during a performance, we reserve the right to delay, pause or cancel the performance. Tickets will be honored at a future performance
When will the decision to perform indoors be made?
On days when rain is forecast, we will make the decision to perform outside by 4pm at the latest. Please check our Facebook page or website for rain information on show days. That is the only place that it will be posted.