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  Twelfth Night at Lincoln Park Conservatory

Twelfth Night

Lincoln Park Conservatory
2391 N. Stockton Drive Chicago

A woman, Viola, poses as a man - causing much romantic confusion; and a servant, Malvolio, imagines he can become a nobleman. Midsommer Flight's popular perennial intimate production of Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT is performed alley style amid the flowers of the Lincoln Park Conservatory's beautiful Show House Room, will return with a new cast for its fifth year.

Presented by Midsommer Flight

Thru - Dec 22, 2019

Thursdays: 7:30pm
Fridays: 7:30pm
Saturdays: 7:30pm
Sundays: 7:30pm

Show Type: Comedy

  Twelfth Night Reviews
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Chicago Stage Standard - Highly Recommended

"...All the actors were extremely talented and expressive in manner. While I wish I could gush about every single person, I will say the ensemble and the laughable loveable Sir Andrew Agnew played by Jason Goff all contributed immensely to the comedy. The performance was hilarious and added just the right amount of frivolity paired with Zach Tabor's Sir Toby Belch. The original musical score was out of this world with Baily Savage leading the ensemble musicians/actors in several tunes as the fool Feste."

Mary Crylen

Third Coast Review - Highly Recommended

"...Roberts directs his talented cast fluidly and they breeze through this abbreviated version of the original script in about 100 minutes. Seijo is excellent as Viola as are Toledo as Olivia and Mattos as Maria. Tabor, Goff and Caldwell add to the silliness as Sir Toby, Sir Andrew and Malvolio. Bailey Savage as Feste and singer/musician has a terrific comic presence and outstanding vocal style."
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Nancy Bishop

Chicago Theater and Arts - Recommended

"...The production is well-acted, but the primary reason to attend is for the charming atmosphere, made even more so with the addition of some twinkling Christmas lights and a baby Wooly Mammoth whose presence does not go unmentioned."
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Reno Lovison

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