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PARSONS DANCE

TWELFTH NIGHT

TWELFTH NIGHT Crediting Page for Playbill or Website Presenters: Please include in your playbill or website listings for TWELFTH NIGHT the following crediting language exactly as it appears below for compliance with National Endowment for the Arts grant requirements. Shakespeare in American Communities Logo may appear beside the credit lines or above. Please present the logo on a white background or with a white area around it. BMW logo must be located below and at ½ the size of Shakespeare in American Communities logo in compliance with grant requirements.

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Never reproduce or use the logo in any single color other than black. Thank you very much for your assistance with this important aspect of the production. Please contact Katie Leckenbusch, Director of Development, with any questions. Katie@warehousetheatre.com, 864.235.6948 x4

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PARSONS DANCE

The Warehouse Theatre presents

Twelfth Night

Monday, October 17, 2016 Brooks Theatre • 10 am • Ages 3-18 • $2

The Warehouse Theatre’s production is a part of Shakespeare in American Communities, Known for their athleticism and stunning ensemble work, Parsons Dance delivers positive, life-enriching a national program of the experiences to audiences worldwide. New and celebrated American choreographers take center stage as the National Endowment for the Arts company presents a range of works, including David Parsons’ own stroboscopic masterpiece Caught. in partnership with Arts Midwest.

TWELFTH NIGHT

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 Brooks Theatre • 9:30 am • Ages 12-18 • $2 The Warehouse Theatre’s production is a part of Shakespeare in American Communities, a national program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest. This comic masterpiece is set against a background of romance and mystery. This hilarious story of identical twins and mistaken identity, set in the mystical world of Illyria, explores the universal themes of love and all its ambiguous effects on human behavior.

Tri-ART 16-17 Season at the Brooks Center  

The 2016-2017 Bill and Donna Eskridge Tri-ART Series at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts

Tri-ART 16-17 Season at the Brooks Center  

The 2016-2017 Bill and Donna Eskridge Tri-ART Series at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts

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