THE RUDE MECHANICALS
TWELFTH NIGHT is Shakespeare's topsy turvy dark comedy about gender and the lengths we go for love.
The storyline has inspired plenty of remakes and adaptations, including the popular teen flick "She's the Man."
Our production is set in the aftermath of World War One, and right before the Roaring Twenties jump into high gear. Dr. Emily Rollie, from Central Washington University, directs this fantastically funny and thoughtful production.
We'll be performing at The Uptown Theatre June 6-15, and then will take this show on the road to the Whitman College Amphitheater June 21-23.
Tickets will go on sale by the end of May, and will be available on this website, at the Tri-Cities Academy of Ballet, and at the door.
Can you spare one cup of coffee?
Just $5 a month will help ensure that The Rude Mechanicals can continue to produce amazing Shakespeare performances and educational programs. And, because we're a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, your contributions are tax-deductible.