Twelfth Night, Oregon Shakespeare Festival 

Twelfth Night 
Presented in English   
Angus Bowmer Theatre, Ashland, Oregon, USA
February 19 - October 30, 2016

Love makes fools of us all. Illyria is a topsy-turvy place full of romantics and eccentrics. At least that’s how it seems to Viola, who’s been cast adrift in this merry world. Out of necessity, she disguises herself as a boy but quickly becomes an object of desire to the woman her employer sent her to woo. Time eventually sorts it all out, but not before Viola and everyone around her are bewitched, bothered and bewildered as they traverse the often contradictory landscapes of their hearts. This sumptuous production sets Shakespeare’s wise, lovely comedy in a shimmering, tune-filled 1930s Hollywood.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Creative Team:
Director: Christopher Liam Moore
Scenic Designer: Christopher Acebo
Costume Designer: Susan Tsu
Lighting Designer: Robert Wierzel
Composer & Sound Designer: David Reiffel
Video Designer: Shawn Duan
Choreographer: Jaclyn Miller
Dramaturg: Alison Carey
Voice & Text Director: Rebecca Clark Carey
Fight Director: Christopher DuVal*
Production Stage Manager: Mandy Younger*

Viola/Sebastian: Sara Bruner*
Olivia: Gina Daniels*
Maria: Kate Mulligan*
Toby Belch: Daniel T. Parker*
Andrew Aguecheek: Danforth Comins*
Malvolio: Ted Deasy*
Feste: Rodney Gardiner*
Orsino: Elijah Alexander*
Antonio: Barret O'Brien*
Valentine/Ensemble: Jonathan Luke Stevens*
Curio/Ensemble: Sean Jones*
Valeria/Ensemble: Sarah J. Brizek
Catherine/Ensemble: Briawna Jackson**
Sea Captain/Priest: Richard Elmore*
Sea Captain/Priest (selected performances, May–June): Armando McClain*
Fabian: Ron Ochs
* Member of Actors' Equity Association (AEA)
**AEA Professional Theatre Intern   

Funding and Sponsorship:
Producing Sponsor: Roberta and David Elliott; Buffett Fund of the Community; Foundation for Monterey County
Lead Sponsor: U.S. Bank
Production Sponsor: Amy and Mort Friedkin
Production Partner: Jim Collier; Kelly Bulkeley and Hilary Krane    
This production of Twelfth Night is part of Shakespeare in American Communities, a national program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

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