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Carnival in Venice

Join Us For A Special Venetian Carnival Celebration On Opening Night!

Carnival in Venice is one of the world's great festivals, dating back to the 12th century and drawing up to 3 million visitors a year to Venice to participate. The famous masks worn during Carnival have become iconic images and enduring symbols of Venice.

In 2013, the final night of Carnival is Tuesday, February 12 — which (not coincidentally) is the opening night of our production of The Merchant of Venice.

We invite you to join us for a special event that night to celebrate our opening and the end of Carnival, featuring:

  • Carnival masks
  • complimentary appetizers from Northstar
  • raffles and prize giveaways
  • a special discussion with the cast
  • and more!

Add a dinner package for a complete night out!

Seating is limited, and our last Fall Creek production sold out every seat in advance — so don't wait too long to reserve your seats!

Order tickets now!

One of Shakespeare's richest plays, The Merchant of Venice offers a complex interweaving of comedy, romance, and serious drama, featuring:

  • one of Shakespeare's smartest, strongest heroines
  • a tense, life-and-death courtroom battle
  • a father-and-son comedy team
  • three couples in love
  • two women in disguise
  • and a complex, deeply human examination of love, family obligations, and religious prejudice in 16th-century Venice.

Order tickets now!