Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' Will Be Live Thursday in White's Road Park
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 • 1:54am
William Shakespeare's classic "Twelfth Night, or What You Will" will be performed live in White's Road Park in Lansdale Thursday, featuring the men and women thespians of Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company.
The free event is made possible through a partnership between the theatre company and Lansdale Borough Parks and Recreation.
Commonwealth Classic Theatre is celebrating the 10th anniversary of free theatre in the parks. "Twelfth Night" is part of the troupe's Free Theatre in the Parks production.
Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Rain date is same time Sunday.
In The Bard's comedic tale of love, loss and mistaken identity, twins are washed ashore on a strange land, each thinking the other has perished. There are also star-crossed, cross-dressing lovers, a loud family, a servant who foolishly dreams big, and a mischievious fool.
The show is directed by Paul Parente. Cast includes Andrew Carroll, Robert Dondiego, Jessica DalCanton, Nathan Foley, Jamison Foreman, Cynthia Janzen, John Jezior, Leonard Kelly, Stephen Lyons, Eric Scotolati, Angela Smith and John Yazzo.