Twelfth Night, Or What You Will

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August 14
through August 16

Twelfth Night, Or What You Will: Presented by Bay Street Theater's New Shakespeare Initiative & Hamptons Shakespeare Festival

 

STARRING

Piper Perabo as Viola

TONIGHT & TOMORROW: FREE Reading of Twelfth Night, Or What You Will at 7 pm at Mashashimuet Park
August 16: VIP Benefit reading of Twelfth Night, Or What You Will
Contact Kim Fink at 631-725-0818 Ext. 112 for the VIP Benefit

Click here to download the Invite for the VIP Benefit


The Bay Street Shakespeare Initiative & Hamptons Shakespeare Festival will the present three outdoor staged readings of TWELFTH NIGHT, OR WHAT YOU WILL on August 14, 15, and 16.  This initiative is an ongoing and growing program, with an additional performance this year, which offers exciting performances and educational opportunities focusing on the work of William Shakespeare at Bay Street Theater.

ALSO FEATURING: 


JULIA MOTYKA AS OLIVIA


JOSH GLADSTONE AS SIR TOBY BELCH


KATE MUETH AS MARIA

 


KYLE BARISICH AS ANTONIO


SEAN DUGAN AS MALVOLIO


LUCAS HALL AS SIR ANDREW AGUECHEEK


DAN AMBOYER AS SEBASTIAN


ROBERT ELI AS ORSINO


NICK CEARLEY AS FESTE

 


NEAL KELLEY AS CAPTAIN

 


AUSTYN MYERS AS VALENTINE

 

AUGUST 14-15
FREE STAGED READING FOR THE COMMUNITY
On Friday and Saturday, August 14-15, Hamtons Shakespeare Festival & Bay Street will host its Shakespeare Initiative's second annual performance, this year of Twelfth Night beginning at 7 pm both nights at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor. This reading is offered to the community at no charge.  There will be seating in bleachers, but guests are invited to bring their own chairs, picnics and blankets to enjoy this special sunset production under the stars.


AUGUST 16

VIP BENEFIT
The third performance will be a VIP benefit on Sunday, August 16 to be held overlooking the water at a private waterfront estate. The event includes a reception with the cast, and the evening begins at 6:30 pm with cocktails followed by Twelfth Night reading at 7 pm. Tickets are $250. Contact Kim Fink at 631-725-0818 Ext. 112 to purchase tickets.


"Bay Street is very excited to spotlight the work of William Shakespeare in our community. Considered by many to be the greatest playwright of all time, Shakespeare's plays are as entertaining and relevant today as they have ever been. We are delighted to launch an initiative which we hope will make Bay Street Theater a center for the Bard's work on the East End."

 

Hamptons Shakespeare Festival, a nonprofit organization, has provided cultural and educational programs on the East End since 1996. Its free outdoor productions have been seen by tens of thousands of individuals and families. It has employed hundreds of actors, musicians, technicians, administrators, and others. And its educational programs have reached thousands of children from Montauk to Manhattan.

 

The Bay Street Theater Shakespeare Initiative is offering supporters the opportunity to be a patron of the world of Shakespeare by sponsoring a character in Twelfth Night, as part of the Join the Company campaign. Sponsors will be able to consult with the actors and will receive complimentary passes to the VIP Benefit on August 16, as well as an opportunity to be photographed with the cast members playing their sponsored characters. Contact Bay Street's Development office at 631-725-0818 for details. 

Twelfth Night, Or What You Will is Shakespeare's hilarious romantic comedy, filled with unrequited love, disguise, and cross dressing!

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For ticket information please contact Lorien Reese or Kim Fink at 631.725.0818

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