SYNOPSIS: After a shipwreck, headstrong and self-reliant Viola washes up on the shores of Illyria. Disguising herself as a boy, she becomes the confidant of Orsino, who sends her to woo on his behalf the beautiful but aloof noblewoman Olivia, who promptly falls in love with the “boy” she believes Viola to be.
LANGUAGE: None, beyond the usual Shakespearean double entendres.
SMOKING AND DRINKING: Sir Toby Belch and his friend Sir Andrew Aguecheek are notorious partiers and appear in various stages of inebriation.
FOR WHICH AUDIENCES? Twelfth Night is suitable for general audiences, including children aged ten and older. It might be over the heads of children under ten.
RATING: If it were a movie, Twelfth Night would be rated “PG.”
This production is sponsored by:
Student Matinee Sponsor:
U.S. Bank Foundation