Gender Bending with a Curio Lens

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On today’s podcast, Melissa Amilani sat down with writer Harry Slack and Artistic Director Paul Kuhn to talk about the production of Gender Comedy: A Less Stupid Twelfth Night Gay Fantasia. Every year, there are at least two opportunities to explore Shakespeare in Philadelphia through different lenses. We are happy to bring you both with our previous sit down with Pig Iron. Stay Tuned!

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Gender Comedy: 
A Less Stupid Twelfth Night 
Gay Fantasia
A World Premiere
by Harry Slack 

Admit it.  Shakespeare’s comedies are stupid.  Like Twelfth Night.  Everybody knows it needs robots.  Well, now it’s got ‘em! We have gender confusion, needlessly cruel drunks, and cyborgs.
It’s the play Queen Elizabeth I 

never wanted you to see!

Directed by Paul Kuhn
Previews: December 5, 6, 7, 12
Opening Night: December 13
Closing Night: January 4

Performances are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm on the CURIO CORNER STAGE
(48th St & Baltimore Ave)

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:

http://curiotheatre.org