Directed by Kathryn Walsh, written by William Shakespeare
July 7, 2022- July 31, 2022
Wednesday through Sunday at 7pm
Join us for the triumphant return of Summer Shakespeare, performed on the Ent Center lawn! Like most great Shakespearean comedies, Twelfth Night features mistaken identities, love triangles, separated twins, and a hearty does of gender-swapped hijinks. Featuring many local artists, and Theatreworks Shakespeare alums, this production re-invigorates one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies against the scenic backdrop of summer evenings in Colorado.
*UCCS students receive free admission to all Theatreworks productions. Contact the Box Office with your student ID number handy to receive your complimentary ticket.
*Twelfth Night content advisory: This production contains romance, music, gender-swapping and yellow stockings. As every person is different, we do not usually offer age recommendations; however we are always happy to talk with you if you have specific questions. Please email Lily DiSilverio at email@example.com with questions.
|Jenna Moll Reyes*
|Sir Toby Belch
|Sammie Joe Kinnett*
|Asst Stage Manager
*Asterisk notates member of Actor's Equity Association or the United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829 union.
Join the Conversation
Live Music 30 Minutes Before the Show on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday
Thursday Pre-Show Scholar Chats
Thursdays from 6:45-7:15p July 7th, July 14th, July 21st, July 28th
Join us before the show on Thursdays for informal discussions with artists, designers, and scholars covering work and themes present in the production.
Information & Current Policies Regarding COVID
Currently, masking is optional when entering the building, visiting the gallery, attending classes, and for select performances. As Twelfth Night will be performed on the Ent Center lawn, masking is also optional for audience members.
At this time, we are not requiring proof of vaccination from audience members. Please check the website for updates as we endeavor to keep up with the growing and changing demands of Covid safety measures. Also, questions about the masking policy for any Ent Center for the Arts performance can be directed to our box office at 719-255-8181.