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Aquila Theatre brings ‘Twelfth Night’ to Prizery stage

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SoVaNow.com / October 03, 2013


On Sunday night, The Prizery in South Boston will host the acclaimed Aquila Theatre in a traveling stage production of one of Shakespeare’s funniest and most charming comedies, Twelfth Night.

Written in 1600 and set against a background of romance and mystery, this hilarious story of identical twins and mistaken identity, set in the mystical world of Illyria, explores the universal themes of love and all its ambiguous effects on human behavior.

Aquila will take this great Shakespearean masterpiece and infuse it with their unique brand of innovative and exciting theatricality. Aquila’s creative team has captured the essential spirit of the play in a production that is both faithful to Shakespeare and relevant and accessible to a modern audience.

Aquila Theatre’s new production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night promises to thrill and enchant. With a cast of superb British and American performers, a remarkable original musical score, Aquila’s much admired brand of innovative design and unique physical approach, this production of Twelfth Night will undoubtedly be an experience not to be missed.

The show is Sunday,at 7:30 at the Prizery’s Chastain Theatre. For tickets to the show, visit http://www.prizery.comm or call the box office at 434-572-8339.

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