What You Will
Shakespeare's beloved Twelfth Night goes through the Nongenue machine
Saturday, March 14 and Sunday, March 15
The remaining Noise Now performances through April have been canceled. We are working to reschedule our March and April Noise Now events for a later date. For more information, click here.
Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night begins with a shipwreck that disrupts everything – creating a leading lady who crossdresses for survival, social elites who accidentally fall in love with members of the “wrong” gender, a servant who courts a duchess, and other social anarchies. While previous productions have sometimes regarded the instances of queerness and gender non-conforming behavior in this play as the butt of a joke, What You Will centers an earnest exploration of these unconventional desires, bodies and identities. This production sheds light on the often-invisible machinations of gender and sexuality, and challenge us to consider what our own desires might look like in a world with less restrictive norms.
Running Time: 2 hours with an intermission
A limited number of $10 tickets are made available for all Noise Now events and are released at 10am ten days prior to each event. To purchase a $10 ticket, simply visit our website at 10am on the ticket release date and select the $10 ticket option. If $10 tickets are not visible online, then all available tickets have already been claimed.
For both performances of What You Will, these tickets will be made available at 10:00am on Wednesday, March 4.
A limited number of complimentary tickets are held for all Noise Now events. Please contact Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx, Director of Cultural Programming, at firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability for this event.