Shakespeare's Twelfth Night
Or What You Will
Shakespeare’s comedy is given a 1960’s twist in Calvin Christian’s production of Twelfth Night, or What You Will. In this play with music, lookalike twins Viola and Sebastian are separated by a large storm during the Ilyria Music Festival of 1969 and, while they think the other is no longer living, they both find purpose, identity, and love. This production is filled with practical jokes, mistaken identities, awkward love triangles, and music from the late 1960s. Come sing, laugh, cry, and dance in this production from Calvin Christian High School.
Performance dates are:
November 9 and 10 at 7:00 p.m.
November 11 at 5:00 p.m.
Performance As A Form Of Worship.
We are dedicated to producing plays and musicals that emphasize all of the human experience – not only to make the audience laugh, but also to think and feel.
We offer a wide variety of staging – from large main stage musicals, to more intimate theatre in black box type staging. This wide variety of experiences and staging entertains both the audience and participant and broadens and challenges what it means to be fallen humans created in God’s image.