Shakespeare Walla Walla presents the Rude Mechanicals's TWELFTH NIGHT

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."

The production is set in the aftermath of World War I and right before the Roaring Twenties jump into high gear. Dr. Emily Rollie, from Central Washington University, directs this fantastically funny and thoughtful production.

Location: Whitman College Outdoor Amphitheatre
Festival lawn seating. Blankets and picnics encouraged.

Time: Doors open at 6 pm. The curtain is at 7 pm.
Run-Time: Two hours including a 15-minute intermission.

Tickets: $10 per person



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