Twelfth Night

 

Love has everyone unglued in Illyria. When Viola, a castaway, disguises herself as a boy to find work as Duke Orsino’s servant, she gets caught in a compromising love triangle. Meanwhile, Olivia’s household cranks up their mischief making by tricking a stuffy steward into believing his mistress has fallen for him. This treasured comedy brims with wild infatuations, delightful antics, and beloved comic characters.

 

Love’s Labour’s Lost

 

In this exuberant romantic comedy youthful idealism gets derailed by love. The King of Navarre and his buddies have plans to immerse themselves in their studies swearing off less civilized pursuits — namely girls. After the Princess of France arrives with her ladies on a diplomatic mission, the young men’s hearts melt along with their brainy resolve. Playful pranks, witty wordplay and moony wooing give way to more serious matters that reveal the cost of real love.

 

PRODUCTION TEAM
Andrea Bryn Bush (Scenic Designer), Deane Middleton (Costume Designer), Kent Cubbage (Lighting Designer), Robertson Witmer (Sound Designer), Marleigh Driscoll (Properties Designer), Crystal Dawn Munkers (Movement/Dance Choreographer), Susannah Butler (Stage Manager)

 

CAST (in order of appearance)
Jason Sanford (Ferdinand, King of Navarre), Jonathan Crimeni (Longaville), Jay Myers (Dumain), Paul Stuart (Berowne), Kevin Bordi (Dull), Mike Dooly (Costard), David Quicksall (Don Adriano de Armado), Mickey Rowe (Moth), Donna Wood (Jaquenetta), Scott Ward Abernethy (Boyet), Brandon J. Simmons (Mercade), Samara Lerman (Princess of France), Allie Pratt (Maria), Rebecca Olson (Katharine), Kayla Lian (Rosaline), Allan Armstrong (Holofernes), George Mount (Sir Nathaniel).