A story of love, pranks and mistaken identities, Shakespeare’s classic comedy had audiences laughing their ruffs off! Shipwrecked in an unknown country, resourceful Viola disguises herself as a man to work in the Duke’s court. When she becomes tangled up in a tricky love triangle, however, she finds her secret identity more trouble than it’s worth. Add in sword fighting, a clown, yellow stockings and music galore, and you have a recipe for mischief and merriment!
Feste, Sea Captain, Valentine, Officer, Servant
Olivia, Fabian, Sailor, Officer
Orsino, Sir Andrew, Sailor
Sir Toby, Antonio, Curio, Sailor, Musician
Malvolio, Sebastian, Sailor, Officer
Directed by Maureen Kilmurry
Costume design by Amelia Strahan
Scenic design by Carl Eiche
Show Discussion Guide:
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