Join The “Twelfth Night” Of Afrofuturistic Shakespeare Funk In Harlem!

The Classic Theatre of Harlem presents a hilarious Afrofuturistic take on the Shakespearean classic comedy of crossed lovers.

It constinues, Viola, long lost from her twin Sebastian, dressing as a boy and working under Duke Orsino, whom she falls deeply in love with.

However, Orsino is in love with the mourning Countess Olivia.

Orsino sends Viola to court Olivia for him, but Olivia falls for Viola instead.

Sebastian arrives, causing a torrent of mistaken identity, and marries Olivia.

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Viola then reveals her true identity and marries Orsino.

The show includes Tony Nominated superstar Kara Young as Viola.

Get more information and RSVP for the show.

Richard Rodgers Amphitheater (enter 125th Street and 5th Avenue, Walk south to venue), Marcus Garvey Park, NY

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