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Twelfe Night or What You Will in Vancouver on Aug 27, 2017 2:00 PM

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Twelfe Night or What You Will

Aug 27, 2017 at 2:00 PM

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2501 Southeast Columbia Way , #270

Vancouver, WA



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Orsino loves Olivia (unrequitedly). Twins, Viola and Sebastian, are shipwrecked. Viola cross-dresses, works for Orsino, and Olivia falls in love with her/him. Olivia's dr-uncle and friends trick Malvolio into thinking Olivia loves him. Olivia (confused) marries Sebastian. Twins reunite, Malvolio's gulling and Viola's gender are revealed, Orsino proposes to Viola. About the 2017 Season: Each Summer, OPS Fest brings no-cost Shakespeare to the Portland Public Parks. This year’s roster adds “The Tragedie of Julius Caesar” and “All’s Well That Ends Well” to the 15-show season. August 11th and 12th, the company travels to Nehalem Bay State Park to perform these two shows. To close out the season, OPS Fest continues the tradition of an All Gender/Identifying Double-Header at Gabriel Park. This year an all male/identifying “A Midsommer Nights Dreame” will be performed at 2PM and an all female/identifying “The Tragedie of Romeo & Juliet” at 7PM. About Original Practice Shakespeare Festival: OPSFest brings no-cost repertory Shakespeare to parks and venues. Its actors perform utilizing the original practice techniques of Elizabethan England: limited rehearsal, no full script, audience interaction, and an onstage prompter. OPSFest is a proud partner of the OUTWright Festival, performing “Much ‘A Dude’ About Nothing” June 3rd at 2PM.

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