Twelfth Night is a comedic play by William Shakespeare. It follows the story of Viola, a young woman shipwrecked on the shores of Illyria. Disguising herself as a man named Cesario, she becomes a messenger for Duke Orsino, but complications arise as she falls in love with the Duke while he is in love with Countess Olivia, who, in turn, falls for Viola in her male disguise.
Failure: A Love Story
February 28-MArch 2
Failure: A Love Story by Philip Dawkins explores the journeys of the 3 Fail sisters before their deaths in the year 1928, in which they die in order from youngest to oldest. In their experiences with sisterhood, love, and grief, the magical narration of their lives and deaths proves that in the end love outweighs any individual’s successes or failures.
April 18-20, 25-27
Big Fish by John Wallace shifts between two timelines. In the present-day real world, sixty-year-old Edward Bloom faces his mortality while his son, Will, prepares to become a father himself. In the storybook past, Edward ages from a teenager, encountering a Witch, a Giant, a Mermaid, and the love of his life, Sandra.