Shakespeare's beloved comedy follows the antics of two young twins...............4 STARS from "On The Record". 4 STARS from GlamAdelaide AUDIENCE SEATING:- General Admission with mandatory masks. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN MASKS.
The Comic Coterie (SA)
Shakespeare's beloved comedy follows the antics of two young twins – Viola and Sebastian – who are separated, each believing the other to be dead. Set in a maze-like hotel, what ensues is a slapstick tale of mistaken identity, folly, and very yellow stockings. When romance collides with ego, undermining identities left, right, and centre, who will come out on top? Leave your disbelief at the door and join us as we discover that, when set against the trials of love and loss, you can never take yourself too seriously.
Mild Occasional Depicts Violence, Mild Occasional Sexual References
"Monday mirth! Twelfth Night is a twisted, timeless tale of love and mistaken identity presented by a talented young cast. I was unfamiliar with Shakespeare's play but found this production easy to follow with lots off laughs"
A Fringe Member - published in Fringe Feed
“...a joyful and invigorating rendering of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. . this ensemble use their proficient understanding of Twelfth Night, their instincts for humour, and collective cohesion to produce a show of widespread accessibility and enjoyment, even for those most resistant to Shakespeare” 4 STARS.
Michelle Wakim - On The Record
What would a Fringe be without a Shakespeare adaptation? A fun, almost farcical version of the Bard’s classic comedy. 4 STARS
Written by: William Shakespeare.
Directed by: Lia Devetzidis,
Featuring: Kit Cheesman-Dutton, Lia Devetzidis, Bianca Facundo, Blaed Farnden, Josh Langman, Chloe Short, India Smart, Rohan Whitford, and Jack Worrall.