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Stepinac High School’s Alumni Theatre To Stage Shakespeare’s Beloved Comedy, “Twelfth Night,” Aug. 3, 4 and 5

Stepinac High School's acclaimed Alumni Theatre will present three performances of William Shakespeare's beloved comedy, “Twelfth Night” at 7 PM, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 3, 4 and 5.

The production will be staged on the back lawn of Stepinac at 950 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains. In case of rain, performances will be held in the school's air conditioned Major Bowes Auditorium.

Tickets are $20.00 each and can be reserved by calling 914 946-4800, Ext. 344, Tuesday through Thursday from 8 AM to 3 PM.  Tickets will also be sold shortly before curtain time at each performance.

The following cast consists primarily of alumni who performed in Stepinac Drama Club productions when they attended the all-boys Catholic high school.  Female roles will be played by individuals from the community and the Stepinac faculty.

“Twelfth Night” Cast
Duke Orsino: Chris Guzman
Curio: Cathy Capasso
Valentine: Joe Lore.
Viola: Jennifer Anderson
Captain: Samer Akroush
Sailor 1: Chris Engler
Sailor 2: Seamus Higgins
Sit Toby Belch: Frankie Rocco
Maria: Lisa DiCarlucci
Sir Andrew Aguecheek: John Guaragna
Feste: Pauline Ciavolino
Olivia: Kristen Bartolomeo
Malvolio: Jesse Hernandez
Antonio: Joe Venice
Sebastian: James Prestopino
Fabian: Frank Portanova
Servant: Nicole Bonanni
First Officer: Julian Amato
Second Officer: Matt Lotaj
Priest: Alfred Menna

“Twelfth Night” tells the tale of fraternal twins Viola and Sebastian, separated in a strange new land. Having survived a shipwreck and believing her brother Sebastian has been lost, Viola falls hopelessly in love with Duke Orsino and disguises herself as a man to enter his world so she can be near him. Music, merriment and swashbuckling adventure abound. It's a gloriously gender-jumbled romantic tale with the kind of comic confusion that only the Bard could create.

The production is directed by Christian Amato (Class of ’06).  Amato is founder of a New York City-based based acting company called the Theatre Project and currently works for Samuel French Inc in New York City.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For details, visit: https://www.stepinacalumnitheatre.com/sponsors/