Cascade Community Theatre (CCT) will be performing an adaption of the Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”, a comedy of gender confusion, in which a girl disguises herself as a man to be near the Duke she adores, only to be pursued by the Countess he loves. This adaption is entertaining for both Shakespeare aficionados and for someone who’s never seen a Shakespeare play. It is 100% family friendly.
This free, hour-long adaptation is written in a fast-paced, witty style that is suited to contemporary tastes. All performances are held outdoors.
Production location, Dates and Showtimes
July 4 – 2:45 pm – Carnation Fourth of July ( http://www.carnation4th.org )
July 7 – 6:30 pm – Bridle Trails State Park – Kirkland ( http://www.bridletrails.org/Events_Shakespeare_In_The_Park_Twelfth_Night.html )
July 14th – 7pm – Kokopelli Gardens – Duvall
July 21st – 7pm – Sandblast Arts Festival – Duvall ( http://duvallarts.org/Events/sandblast.html )
July 28th – 2pm and 7pm – Kokopelli Gardens – Duvall