Presented by the Acting Conservatory (Graduating Class of 2018)
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Randy Baker
The parents are gone for the weekend and this group of privileged teenagers are throwing the biggest party of the year. The party is in full swing when a yacht sinks off the coast and a survivor from the wreck arrives to change everything. Shakespeare’s comic tale of mistaken identities, Twelfth Night, is one of his most complex comedies, using melancholy and farce in equal measure to explore love and loss, cruelty and hope. This modern spin on a classic play argues that the themes are as relevant today as they were 500 years ago.