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Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night from the WCU School of Stage & Screen


About the Performance

William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

Directed by: Colin Wasmund 

Twelfth Night is a tale of spurned love, mistaken identities, and mischievous pranks.  When Viola and her brother, Sebastian, are ship-wrecked and separated off the coast of Ilyria, Viola conceals herself as a man named Cesario in order protect herself and gain favor with Duke Orsino, the ruler of Ilyria.  Orsino takes a quick liking to “Cesario” and sends “him” to court the hand of the beautiful Olivia who is in mourning for the death of her father and brother.  But what happens when Olivia takes a fancy for “Cesario” instead?  This charmingly funny Shakespearean comedy has left audiences delighted for over four-hundred years.  Recommended for all ages.

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