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Gypsy Lew Theater Company’s Twelfth Night**

Sep 07, 2017— 6:00 pm

**Please note that these performances will take place at Dufresne Plaza and NOT at the library**

 

As part of Lewiston Public Library’s Ye Olde Shakespeare week, Gypsy Lew Theater Company is excited to bring a little Shakespeare in the Park to Lewiston, with a production of one of the Bard’s greatest comedies, Twelfth Night, or What You Will! When Viola is separated from her twin brother after a shipwreck, believing he is dead, she assumes the identity of a male and becomes entangled in a messy love triangle. For this tale, we are travelling to late 1950s San Francisco, the center of beatnik culture; deep poetic thought and melancholy are all the rage, so prepare the bongos and Allen Ginsberg for this hilarious tale about love, mistaken identity, and finding yourself. Bring your blankets and chairs and join us for a free show September 7th, 8th, and 9th at 6pm in Dufresne Plaza.

Run time: 80 minutes.

 

Rain Space:
Thursday and Saturday at LPL in Callahan Hall at 6:00.
On Friday the 8th, at LPL in Callahan Hall, but would start at 7:00 after Foul Papers and Bad Quartos concludes.

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Written on: Aug 22, 2017

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