Genre: Comedy
By Sean Graney, Directed by Brian Gillespie

It's Christmas Break 1988 and all The Duke wants is to make the perfect mix-tape for Lady Olivia. That'll win her heart for sure!

80s music is the food of love in this rollicking, four person adaptation of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night from the creator of These Seven Sicknesses, Sean Graney.

An Actors' Equity Approved Showcase

About the Company: Pull Together Productions

Pull Together Productions is an independent theatre company based in New York City. We create and develop new works and adapt classical texts to make them more accessible to a modern theatregoer. Our work embraces heightened theatricality and celebrates the inherent artifice of the medium. With a spirit of inventiveness and play, we encourage audiences to transcend the realm of realism and actively engage their imaginations to co-create the theatrical event.

Open:   12/04/14
Close:   12/14/14

Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 7pm
Matinee: Sunday Dec. 7 at 4pm
Late Show: Sat. Dec.13 at 10pm:
Theater:   Theaterlab (on 36th Street)
Address:   357 W 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
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Subway: A/C/E or 1/2/3 to 34th

Buy Tickets Online or Call: Ovation Tickets at 866-811-4111
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David holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and is currently Artistic Director of the New York theatre company, Hamlet Isn’t Dead. Recent credits include: The Figaro Plays at The McCarter Theatre Center directed by Stephen Wadsworth, Oliver Twist at Shakespeare Theatre NJ, Davidov in Tchaikovsky at the Thespis Theater Festival, Narcissus in echo, narcissus, narcissus, echo at the Fresh Fruit Festival and Henry Harper in Another Antigone with Brooklyn Arts Exchange. David played Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew and himself in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) for Hamlet Isn’t Dead and also recently directed their production of Titus Andronicus.

Jane is a recent recipient of a Masters degree from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Before that Jane worked extensively on stage in Seattle and other west coast locales. Credits include Born Yesterday, A Christmas Carol and Omnium Gatherum at ACT Theatre, Shining City, Rosalind in As You Like It and Lady Macbeth in Macbeth for Harlequin Productions, as well as productions with Seattle Shakespeare Company, The Western Stage and Interplayers Theatre. In New York City, Jane has worked with Playwrights Horizons and The Lark and also under the direction of Nick Corley. Jane also originated roles in 6 Hotels, written and directed by acclaimed playwright Israel Horovitz. She is also co-founder of the actors' collective, The_Space and a member of Actors' Equity.

Robin Rightmyer studied in England at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. Having enjoyed being something of a jet-setter with his work, he performed as Laertes (Hamlet) in London for his professional debut and has since worked in several different countries, furthering his cultural and professional life.  He toured as Ferdinand (The Tempest) in Southern France and took up a residency, in London, at Middle Temple Hall, one of Shakespeare's own theatre spaces.  Robin's vocal engagements have sent him throughout Europe (all over the Netherlands in a tour of The Tenors Christmas Concert) and to China, where he performed as a Singer/Entertainer at The Venetian Resort/Hotel/Casino in Macau. Now that he has just recently moved to New York City, he is excited to get his American career underway. He has been involved in several projects since returning stateside, including Savage Rose's Macbeth, Narrows Theater's Noises Off, and several readings and workshops.

Off-Broadway: Roundabout Theatre: The Milktrain Doesn't Stop Here Anymore (with Olympia Dukakis, dir. Michael Wilson) Regional: Shakespeare Theatre: King Lear (with Stacy Keach, dir. Robert Falls), Twelfth Night (dir. Rebecca Taichman), Ion (dir. Ethan McSweeney) Hartford Stage: Milktrain..Anymore, A Christmas Carol. New York: include all-female productions of Julius Caesar,As You Like It, Twelfth Night. Boomerang Theatre Co.: The Tempest. Training: BFA from The Hartt School, HB Studios, Shakespeare and Co, Interlochen Arts Academy. Amanda's got a taste for adventure running with the bulls in Spain, hanging off the CN Tower, stunt classes), coaching with Accelerated Artist, fine bourbon, Teddy Roosevelt, and, of course, the Bard. Member, Actors' Equity.