from Stage to screen


Shipwrecked on the coast of Illyria, Viola adopts a male disguise and enters the service of Duke Orsino, only to find herself part of a triangle of unrequited love.  Meanwhile, in the household of the Countess Olivia, Sir Toby Belch (Brian Dennehy) and his unruly companions trick Olivia’s strict and disapproving steward, Malvolio, into believing that she loves him.

January 26

1 PM

Twelfth Night
Starring Brian Dennehey

Starring Brian Dennehey


February 9
1 PM

Much Ado About Nothing

When it comes to trading witty insults, Beatrice and Benedick are foes worthy of each other’s steel – and their friends think they’d make a great romantic match, too. Meanwhile, as a delightful campaign of trickery is mounted to awaken this merrily warring duo to their mutual attraction, another couple’s future happiness is threatened by deception of a very different kind.

$7.50 at the door
or $25 for all 4

At City Arts CoOp
318 Luverne Avenue
Downtown, PC.


Wednesday, February 2
1 PM

Caesar & Cleopatra
Starring Christopher Plummer

A witty and seductive comedy about the relationship between a veteran Roman political strategist (Christopher Plummer) and an enchanting Egyptian teenage queen. In the play, George Bernard Shaw uses his legendary wit to turn ancient history on its head – and to challenge Shakespeare’s view of his two famous protagonists. Political drama meets sparkling comedy as veteran strategist Julius Caesar becomes mentor to the teenage Cleopatra.


A storm at sea brings love into the life of Pericles, Prince of Tyre; another snatches it away. This magical production of Shakespeare's epic tale follows a fairy-tale hero on a miraculous journey as fate guides the wandering hero to one of literature's most poignant reunions. Evan Buliung gives a sweeping performance, portraying the dashing young prince with verve and swagger, and taking him into his elder years with sorrowful tenderness.

Februrary 16
1 PM

The Adventures of