Twelfth Night a Hit!

 Malvolio reads the letter with his deceivers hiding in the hedges.

Malvolio reads the letter with his deceivers hiding in the hedges.

Shakespeare Stage’s Twelfth Night (Or What You Will), was a resounding success November 31-December 2. The show even sold out on Saturday night. The staging was riotous, the music, led by Feste, the fool, played by Chris Devine. Devine played a different instrument in every scene. Sir Andrew was played by the director Julian Findlay, as a florid, red-headed wildman. Jasmine Caamaño played the dual gender Violo, with hilarious expressivity; while Malvolio played by Jimmy Murphy, burst from the background as his wild passions emerged.

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