Pentacle Theatre’s second show of its 2022 season, Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, directed by Isaac Joyce-Shaw, runs April 22 – May 14.
Twelfth Night is Shakespeare’s classic story of love, lust, mistaken identity, gender exploration and la dolce vita. When Viola is shipwrecked on the coast of a city called Illyria, and believes their brother Sebastian is lost at sea, Viola sets out to make a life for themself in this new land. Presenting as a young man, Viola takes the name Cesario. Viola/Cesario takes a job at the court of Duke Orsino, and quickly finds themself in the middle of a love triangle between the Duke and the Lady Olivia.
In a comic subplot, several characters conspire to make Olivia’s pompous steward, Malvolio, believe that Olivia has fallen for him. This involves Olivia’s riotous uncle, Sir Toby Belch, a silly squire named Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Olivia’s servants Maria and Fabian, and a witty fool, Feste.
Meet the cast:
- Robert Barnett as Malvolio.
- David Cusick as Sebastian.
- Sanaya Forbes as Viola/Cesario.
- Julianna Gibbons as Sir Andrew.
- Shay Haase as Olivia.
- Andrew Hays as Orsino.
- Lucas Hill as Sir Toby
- Noah Miller as Valentine.
- Elizabeth Ming as Maria.
- Valerie Mozena as Fabian.
- Erich Schmidt as Sea Captain / Officer.
- James Schmidt as Curio.
- Dusty Wall as Antonio.
- Sam Welborn as Feste.
Know before you go
- Twelfth Night, by Wm. Shakespeare.
- Directed by Isaac Joyce-Shaw.
- Sponsored by The Family of Alice Mary Norton.
- Friday, April 22 – Saturday, May 14.
- Evening performances Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
- Sunday matinee performances at 2 p.m.
- Doors open one hour before curtain to allow extra time for socially distanced seating.
Where: Pentacle Theatre, 324 52nd Ave. NW. Off Highway 22 about 6 miles west of downtown Salem.
- Buy tickets at online.
- All seats are $25.
- Frontline healthcare workers and people who hold an Oregon Trail Card are eligible for a 50 percent discount.
Audience suitability: High school and older.
Wearing a mask is welcomed and recommended at Pentacle Theatre.
- Masks protect you and others. Many of our patrons have told us that they feel comfortable knowing that those around them in the theater are wearing masks.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations OR a negative test is required for all patrons, cast, crew and volunteers. There are two options for audience members:
- Provide proof of vaccination at the door showing that you are fully vaccinated, including a booster if you are eligible.
- Provide evidence at the door of a negative COVID-19 test result from a pharmacy or clinic taken within 48 hours of the performance time.
For everyone’s health and safety:
- Wearing a mask is welcomed and recommended at Pentacle Theatre.
- All cast, crew and volunteers are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including boosters if eligible.
- Cast members do not wear masks when performing onstage and are tested weekly for COVID-19 exposure.
- Performances may be cancelled or rescheduled as necessary to keep our patrons, cast, crew, volunteers and staff safe.
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