Directed by Kristina McCloskey & Associate Directed by Stephanie Mattos
Original music composed by Elizabeth Rentfro and Alex Mauney, with additional composition by Grant Brown, Caroline Kidwell, and Lexy Hope Weixel
December 4 – December 19, 2021
Thursdays – Sundays at 7:30 PM
Lincoln Park Conservatory
2391 N. Stockton Drive, Chicago 60614
Performed at the Lincoln Park Conservatory. Directions and Parking Information can be found here
Tickets are Pay-What-You-Can with a suggested donation of $30.
Our holiday smash hit returns to the Lincoln Park Conservatory for a sixth year! Join us as we once again enter Illyria. This year, Twelfth Night will be an immersive experience, meaning that scenes from the show will take place over the entirety of the Conservatory. Audience members will follow performers promenade-style from scene to scene, often having to choose which characters or plot points they’d like to follow. Midsommer Flight is thrilled to continue this holiday tradition with the Conservatory, and to have the opportunity for audiences to enjoy the beautiful space even more extensively than in years past.
COVID-19. All audience members will be required to wear a mask while inside the Conservatory AND provide proof of vaccination to attend a performance. Midsommer Flight cannot make exceptions to this policy. Read our full COVID-19 Policy here.
ACCESSIBILITY. Twelfth Night 2021 is an immersive experience in which audience members will follow actors on foot throughout the Conservatory. Audience members will be expected to walk and/or stand for the duration of the 100-minute performance. With advance notice, we can provide audience members who may be physically unable to do so with tips/guidelines in order to ensure they have an immersive and engaging experience. To ensure we can accommodate you, please notify boxoffice(at)midsommerflight(dot)com at least 72 hours in advance of the performance with your specific access needs.
Cast and Production Staff
John Payne (they/them, Viola), Amy Malcom (she/her, Olivia), Polley Cooney (they/them, Orsino), Sonia Goldberg (she/her, they/them, Malvolio), Kathleen Mitchell (she/her, Antonio), Audrey Napoli (she/her, Sebastian), Grant Brown (he/him, Sir Toby Belch), Tatiana Pavela (she/her, Maria), Lexy Hope Weixel (they/them, Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Izis Mollinedo (she/her, they/them, Feste), Jillian Leff (she/her, Ensemble), Kristen Alesia (she/her, Ensemble).
Kristina McCloskey* (she/her, they/them, Director), Stephanie Mattos* (she/her, Associate Director), Cindy Moon (she/her, Costume Designer), Nina D’Angier (she/her, they/them, Scenic and Props Designer), Elizabeth Rentfro* (she/her, Music Director), Meredith Ernst* (she/her, Text Captain), Hannah Beehler (Stage Manager), Amy Rappa (Assistant Stage Manager) and Jacob Shaffer (he/him, Assistant Stage Manager), Thomas Russell (he/him they/them, Fight Director), Jyreika Guest (she/her, Intimacy Director), Ben F. Locke (he/she/they, Casting Director), Beth Wolf* (she/her, Producing Artistic Director), Dylan Roberts* (he/him, COVID Safety Officer).
Original music composed by Alex Mauney and Elizabeth Rentfro with additional composition by Caroline Kidwell, Grant Brown, and Lexy Hope Weixel.
*denotes Midsommer Flight Ensemble Member
Midsommer Flight is partially supported by the Illinois Arts Council Agency, by a CityArts grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, by The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, and by the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation.