September 02, 2015

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Highlights From Des McAnuff's Twelfth Night at the Stratford Festival

Twelfth Night, Shakespeare's classic comedy, is punctuated with a '60s rock-troubadour sound (the verse is by the Bard himself) in the new Stratford Shakespeare Festival production starring Tony Award winner Brian Dennehy as Toby Belch and Stephen Ouimette (Broadway's La Bête) as Andrew Aguecheek. Tony-winning director Des McAnuff (The Who's Tommy) created the Sgt. Pepper-y world, in repertory through Oct. 28 in Stratford, Ontario. Visit stratfordfestival.ca.







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