The programs -- both versions of William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" -- will begin at 7 p.m. General admission tickets are only available at the door on the night of the performance. Admission is $3 for ages 12 and up. Admission is free for those under 12 years of age. The box office will open at 6:15 p.m.
First up will be "Twelfth Night," a condensed version of the original play, written by Caroline Good. It is being directed by Tim Good with assistance by Alisa Isaacs-Bailey.
Members of this cast of younger players include Elizabeth Brush, Nathan Grzesiek, Madie Egold, Hannah Brattain, Logan Beck, David Maginity, JenJe Stouder, Madison Woodall, Katie Rose Parsons, Alex Briones, George Howard, Michaela Sernak and Ben Gellman.
Taking the parts of narrators are Brittan Botzum, Elijah Brattain, Ben, Gellman, Madeline Graham, Liam Guinee, Abbie Harms, Kally Isaacs-Bailey, Grace Merrell, Emma Newton, Crystal Plasters and Toni Stone. Playing the first and second officers are Annabelle Rose Mann and Amy Gong.
Next up, the older group will be performing a version of "Twelfth Night" titled "Twelve Nights in the Caribbean."
Directed by Caroline Good (who also wrote the script) with assistance from TJ Tincher and Jamie Barrand, this version features popular music interpolations and a pirate theme.
The players in this version include Emily Buchanan, Joe Pejril, Alex Asbell, Ashley Smith, Olivia Humphreys, Ethan Gill, Emily Gill, Alison Howard, Chloe Maginity, Emma Hine, Adam Jayne, McKenzie St. Marie, Jessica Maginity, Joe Lippard and Haylie Romer.
Others in roles include Rachel Jervis, Sydney Harmon, Fiona Good, Connor George, Will Barrand, B.J. Lee, Katie Hedge, Emma Hine, Katie Plasters and Elise Merrell.
Working on the technical side are Jon Good on lights and sound design. Light operator is Nathan Tharp. The costumer is Lauren Good and the assistant stage manager is Mallory Guinee.