By William Shakespeare
Directed by Charles Fee
Double your pleasure with a fantastic Shakespearean farce. When two twin brothers and their two twin servants are unexpectedly reunited after three decades apart, an unsuspecting port city is torn apart at its seams. Design-inspired by Rio de Janeiro’s colorful Carnival celebration, this unforgettable production is sure to delight. With a zany cast of unforgettable characters, myriad mistaken identities and contagious musical rhythms, Shakespeare’s greatest comedy delivers triumphantly on its famous title.
Written and originally directed and choreographed by Stuart Ross
Musical continuity supervision and arrangements by James Raitt
Originally produced by Gene Wolsk
Directed by Victoria Bussert
On one stormy night in the 1960s, four eager singers known as The Plaids met their untimely ends in a cherry red, 1954 Mercury on the way to their first big gig. In 2016, this quartet of comic crooners gets one last chance to return from the afterlife to do the show they never got to perform. The Plaids deliver delightfully with playful patter and angelic voices in an unforgettable show that will have audiences rolling in the aisles when they’re not humming along to the great nostalgic pop hits of the 1950s.
Every Monday night during the 2016 season don’t miss a diverse lineup of fantastic live entertainment. The performance series will take place on the Warren Edward Trepp Stage at scenic Sand Harbor State Park.