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Twelfth Night, a William Shakespeare play, is quintessentially Shakespearian, with tales twisted of love triangles, turmoil and a case of mistaken identity. Don't miss your chance to see Twelfth Night performed LIVE! Buy your Twelfth Night tickets now!
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Twelfth Night Theater Tickets

Twelfth Night is a play by arguably the most famous writer in history, William Shakespeare. Like most of Shakespeare's comedies, Twelfth Night explores sticky love triangles, drunken revelry and mistaken identity. In Twelfth Night, Shakespeare suggests that the concept of identity can transform with the right costume, yet even the most effective masquerade can be penetrated by love. Buy your Twelfth Night tickets today and enjoy a classic tale that audiences have loved for centuries.

Twelfth Night follows the story of a young woman named Viola, her sister Olivia and the fun-loving nobleman Orsino. Viola is an adventurous and clever individual who, after being shipwrecked and with no source of income, decides to disguise herself as a boy called Cesario and work in the court of Orsino. Her sister, a beautiful countess with many suitors, is distraught from a death in the family and has closed her doors to any and all who pursue her hand in marriage. Through a series of coincidences, an incredible love triangle between the three is created.

Shakespeare's Twelfth Night was one of the richest social commentaries of its time. Themes of gender reversal, class struggles and ambition were common topics in the late 17th century. But even though the story was written more than four centuries ago, it still retains its relevance today.