In Shakespeare’s timeless gender-bending romantic comedy, Viola, disguised as a man, falls head over heels in love with Orsino. But Orsino pines for Olivia, who only has eyes for Viola, who is really a woman. It’s madcap. It’s romantic. It’s complicated. While more than 400 years old, Twelfth Night’s irresistible characters and their hilarious antics could be pulled straight from today’s primetime lineup. This fresh, fast and funny adaptation is set at a sleep away summer camp where the tangled lovers are liberated from normal everyday life for a summer of mischief, mayhem, mistaken identities and romance. Shakespeare’s nobles and attendants are transformed into counselors, campers, supervisors, lifeguards, cooks and more.

Featuring Kevin Barber, Mark Comer, Chris Alexey Diaz, Ally Farzetta, Tom Harney, Josh James, Joe Knispel, Kelsey Peterson, Jordan Sobel, Kim Stephenson, Evan White, Lisa Woods

adapted by Jen Wineman

Dramaturg: Lauryn Sasso
Production Designer: Melissa Trn
Sound Designer: Matthew Parker
Light Designer: Bill Najmy
Props Manager: Marlenn Marotte Whitney
Production Stage Manager: Rachel Morris
Stage Management Consultant: Kelly Borgia
Technical Director: Chris McVicker
Voice & Dialect Coach: Patricia Delorey
Production Photography: Cliff Roles

Presented at Asolo Repertory Theatre
And at various venues around Florida
September 29-November 24, 2015