As Shakespeare's most fascinating comic heroine, Viola turns personal tragedy and loss into a life-changing experience for herself and those she comes to love. Yes, there will be a storm, twins, mistaken identities, and – above all – music, the food of love. Join us for an enchanting and poetic journey of discovery.
From the Adjudicators: "A wine-induced frenzy of intrigue with a hint of song and a pairing of lovers."
Health: During Twelfth Night, everyone other than the actors on stage must wear masks while in our venue. We are grateful for your cooperation with these safety measures that help protect our unmasked performers in our intimate performance space, while also helping to avoid performance cancellations and meeting Actors' Equity Association's Covid testing requirements.
Accessibility Information: We regret that access to both the performance space and restrooms at St. Stephen's Theater requires navigating a flight of stairs, therefore hindering access to patrons using a wheelchair. Unfortunately, no elevator service is available. We are able to accommodate patrons with early seating or other special needs. When you arrive at the theater, please let the house manager on duty know how we may assist you.