Posted by admin on February 7, 2015

Written by William Shakespeare, directed by Cornel Gabara. A shipwrecked Viola, believing herself alone in the world, dresses as a man in order to earn a living. Humorous and inevitable complications arise when she falls in love with a man who doesn’t know she’s a woman, and a woman who thinks she’s a man falls for her.

The title of the play "Twelfth Night" refers to the 12th night after Christmas, which during Shakespeare's time was marked by celebrations in which the normal conventions of life were turned upside down. "Twelfth Night" was intended to be performed as part of the holiday festivities.

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