On this page you will find information about DramaTech’s current major production. Information on past shows is also available.
Our current production is:
A young woman, Viola, is separated at sea from her beloved twin brother and tossed upon the shores of the magical kingdom of Illyria. She disguises herself as a man and is drafted by Duke Orsino to woo the stubborn Lady Olivia. Romantic havoc ensues when Olivia becomes smitten with Viola (dressed as a man) and Viola, in turn, falls for Orsino. A hilarious subplot involving Olivia’s hapless household makes Twelfth Night an enthralling comedy about illusion, deception, and the extraordinary things people do for love.
Busy this weekend? Don’t worry! Check out the upcoming section of the site for a guide to everything we’ve currently got planned.
Robert E. Wood is directing this Georgia Tech Production of Twelfth Night. Make your reservations now!
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5 thoughts on “DramaTech Theater – Shows – Current”
I couldn’t access any of the links, but I read more about DramaTech’s Twelfth Night here:
Are you involved in the production, C? If not, I hope you’ll at least have the time to watch it x
I couldn’t access the past link, but I could see the dramatech site. It looks awesome. I have a friend who will be in the area during those dates, and I passed the link on to her. Have a great time!
Michelle, thanks for adding a link that works! I posted this through Posterous, and I guess the doohickey got discombobulated in the process 😛
I have nothing to do with the production, except that the director is Bob Wood, our mutual friend from ouroboros. But I will be attending the production. I love plays!
Julie, some day we need to get together, being in the same, sort of, neck of the woods.
My husband and I saw 12th Night last night–there was some hilarity to be found, that’s for sure. 🙂
sounds like a great production. i wish i were close enough to go see this. hope all is well. have a great day.