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'Twelfth Night' follows the romantic misadventures of Orsino who loves Olivia, Olivia who loves Cesario (a woman in disguise as a man), Cesario who loves Orsino, and Malvolio who also loves Olivia!

BArT Presents 'Twelfth Night'

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ADAMS, Mass.— The Berkshire Arts & Technology Charter Public School Theater Department will be performing William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" on Friday, Dec. 8, and Saturday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 10 at 2 p.m.

The BArT theater is located within the school building at 1 Commercial Street in Adams. Tickets can be purchased at the door and the pricing is as follows: $10 general admission, $5 students and seniors, $2 BArT students.

The production is filled with music, mistaken identities, tangled letters of love, and gender-bending hijinks. "Twelfth Night" follows the romantic misadventures of Orsino who loves Olivia, Olivia who loves Cesario (a woman in disguise as a man), Cesario who loves Orsino, and Malvolio who also loves Olivia!

BArT is a nationally recognized, award-winning, tuition-free, public middle and high school focused on preparing students for college. In 2015, US News & World Report ranked BArT the seventh best high school in Massachusetts.

 


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