TWELFTH NIGHT

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Sara Holdren

JOAN AND ROBERT RECHNITZ THEATER

A play saturated in perilous excesses — of love, of grief, of ego, of drink, of mischief”—New York Magazine

welfth Night is one of Shakespeare’s most celebrated plays and, perhaps, his most perfect comedy. Cross-dressing heroines, separated twins, and mistaken identities propel this gender-bending tale, which celebrates a world in which every broken heart can made whole. Director Sara Holdren is a theater artist, theater critic (for New York Magazine and Vulture.com), and educator who has staged the last two productions of our popular A Little Shakespeare program: Macbeth and The Comedy of Errors.