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A Rock ‘n’ Roll Twelfth Night

2003 Musical
Played May 15 - July 5, 2003 Evenings at 8pm • Sunday matinees at 2pm

A Rock ‘n’ Roll Twelfth Night


It’s an amped up, vamped up, hard-rockin’ rendition of Shakespeare’s most popular comedy.

Elizabethan twins are washed up on the shores of Dyleria where everyone is a rock star. Orsino is Elvis, Olivia is Madonna, Feste is John Lennon, Sir Andrew is Little Richard, Sir Toby is Jake Blues, Antonio is Johnny Rotten, and they’re all backed up by Sgt. Pepper’s Band.

One of the most electrically charged theater experiences ever.

Perfect for people who thought they hated Shakespeare, thought they hated rock’n’roll, or ever loved either or both.