MINI TWELFTH NIGHT
August 27, 28 at 4pm
September 3, 4, 5 at 4pm
We return to Angel Park's amphitheater for one of Shakespeare's funniest, gender bent, and mistaken identity crises works: Twelfth Night. Bring the kiddos and blankets for this 50 minute show full of laughs. 4 actors, many hats and lots of props.
Adrian Graham-Chesnavage - Viola/Sir Andrew
Adrian is super excited for his first production with Baltimore Shakespeare Factory! He is a Graduate of Muhlenberg College with a degree in theater and African-American studies. Adrian was last seen as Decius in “Julius Caesar” with Fool and Madmen and Cedric/Mr. Voldy in “Puffs” at Spotlighters Theatre. He would like to thank his friends and family for all their support.
Allison McAlister - Olivia/Sir Toby
Allison (she/her) is a DC-based actor, singer, and reformed academic. She has performed with assorted theatre companies in NC, DC, and Baltimore, and she is thrilled to make her BSF debut in Mini Twelfth Night.
Isaiah Mason Harvey - Captain/Feste/Malvolio/Sebastian /Priest
Isaiah Mason Harvey is a Baltimore-based actor-playwright with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts from Towson University. He's beyond psyched to be working with BSF for the first time especially with such a warm, creative and hilarious team. Recent credits include Squidsbury with Truepenny Collective, Black Superhero Magic Mama with The Strand and A Christmas Carol with Chesapeake Shakespeare Company.
For the safety of our community and in compliance with Baltimore County and Baltimore City Covid-19 restrictions we are using the following guidelines:
Masks at our outside venue are recommended, but optional for vaccinated persons.
Please maintain a 6 ft distance where possible.
Outside at The Bud and Bette Cole Amphitheater:
9685 Honeygo BLVD
Perry Hall, MD 21128
$15 General Admission, Kids under 12 admitted free
All tickets General Admission; No reserved seating
Box Office opens one hour prior to curtain
Oz Heiligman - Maria/Duke Orsino
Oz is a nonbinary actor making their BSF debut. Earlier this year, they played the Boy in Henry V with the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. If you would like to see more of their work, they will also be in the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company's version of Twelfth Night this October.