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  Twelfth Night at Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum

Twelfth Night

Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum
1419 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd. Topanga

Mischief, madness and romance are in the air this summer when Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum presents Shakespeare's rollicking comedy in its magical, outdoor Topanga amphitheater. Shipwrecked on the coast of Illyria, and fearing that her brother Sebastian has drowned, Viola must disguise herself as a man. She falls in love with the neighboring Duke Orsino — who loves the Lady Olivia — who loves the disguised Viola. But false appearances are the norm on this Island of Misrule, where the fool is king, the court jester is a philosopher, and hijinks among the servants are wickedly delicious.

Thru - Sep 28, 2019

Sun, Jul 21: 4:00pm
Sun, Aug 4: 4:00pm
Sun, Aug 18: 4:00pm
Sat, Aug 24: 8:00pm
Sat, Aug 31: 8:00pm
Sun, Sep 1: 8:00pm
Sat, Sep 7: 4:00pm
Mon, Sep 16: 4:00pm
Sat, Sep 21: 4:00pm
Sat, Sep 28: 8:00pm



Price: $26-$42

Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 310-455-3723

www.theatricum.com



  Twelfth Night Reviews
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Theatre Notes - Highly Recommended

"...I love this show. I love its committed, enthusiastic energy. I laughed and laughed up to very end and even found room in my heart for Malvolio. And the outdoor setting in the crisp, evening air brought an emotional response that summoned up the memory of my Ashland days."
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Paul Myrvold


On Stage Blog - Recommended

"...In the end, Twelfth Night is magical story about deception, disguise, madness and romance. It's extra special seeing the show outdoors on a warm summer night."
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Jill Weinlein


The Fume of Sighs - Highly Recommended

"...At Theatricum, this enjoyable tale is adorned by the theater itself. Where else can you hear the words of Shakespeare embellished by a choir of frogs and the sporadic bark of a dog? Here's a place where you can wrap yourself in a blanket, having enjoyed a picnic in a most wonderful garden, and ready yourself for a magical evening of word and song."
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Dena Burroughs



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