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Twelfth Night, or What You Will by William Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s delightful comedy brings just what the doctor ordered at the end of the spring semester – poetry, music, romance, sword fighting and mistaken identity under the stars at our temporary outdoor playing area. Bring your blanket and enjoy the return of live, in-person performance on the hilltop with plenty of space between patrons. Count Orsino is mad for the Countess Olivia and demands his manservant (Viola, in disguise) deliver his missives of love. What could possibly go wrong, you ask? Come see. 

"Boundlessly funny."
– The Guardian

*We look forward to seeing you in person, outdoors, for Twelfth Night. Please note that reservations are required. Patrons will be asked to follow all campus health and safety protocols, including symptom screening, masks and physical distancing, as a requirement for event admission. Thank you in advance for helping to keep our community safe.*

Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 5:00pm to 7:10pm

Site-Specific 3001 S. Congress Avenue

Event Type

Fine Arts & Culture

Target Audience

Student, Community, Faculty, Staff


Arts & Culture



FREE Limited Seating; Reservations Required

School of Arts and Humanities
Event Contact

Michelle Polgar


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