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The Marin Shakespeare Company’s cast of The Twelfth Night readies for opening night. Photo courtesy of Marin Shakespeare Company

    2022 Giving Marin grant recipient Marin Shakespeare Company will continue its 2023 Summer Season with Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” The production runs Aug. 5 to Sept. 3 at Forest Meadows Amphitheatre at Dominican University in San Rafael.
  From shipwrecks to swordfights to song, “Twelfth Night” explores the power of love to create us, destroy us, and remake us again.
  “This production explores the transition from grief to utter joy, and what lies within that transition can lead to transformation of the self, and the understanding of enduring love in all its complexities,” said director Bridgette Loriaux.
  Loriaux has assembled a cast of Bay Area luminaries: Nancy Carlin as Maria; Adrian Deane as Feste; Stevie DeMott as Viola; Dorian Lockett as Toby Belch; Justin Lopez as Antonio; Charisse Loriaux as Olivia; Johnny Moreno as Orsino; Steve Price as Andrew Aguecheek; Salim Razawi as Sebastian; and Michael Gene Sullivan as Malvolio.
  Performances are presented outdoors Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 5 p.m. Doors open one hour before showtime for picnicking. Additionally, 45 minutes before each performance, Marin Shakespeare presents Kaleidoscopes, a pre-show talk led by a variety of speakers, including actors, directors, scholars, activists and community members, curated by dramaturg Philippa Kelly. 
  Tickets prices range from $15-40. More information is available by phone at 415-499-4488 or online at 


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