Frog & Peach present a new staging of Shakespeare's classic (and surprisingly modern) comedy. More…
Fiendish pranks, public brawls, over-indulgence, and a cross-dressing romance–it’s just another day in the loopy seaside kingdom of Illyria!
See it if You’re a big Shakespeare fan. This was...good. Nothing to really dislike about this show. Unfortunately, nothing to really love either.
Don't see it if You’re hoping for anything new, fresh or fun.
Also It was really nice meeting you. I hope our paths cross again soon.
See it if you love your Shakespeare in any form. This is a fun take with some good moments and acting, a nice staging with interesting music, costumes
Don't see it if you have a hard time with the language at a rapid-fire pace or need your characters to look the part. Uneven cast and something missing.
See it if you want to see Shakespeare done by a company that has a pretty good idea of how to do Shakespeare. This is fun.
Don't see it if you want a polished production with a fully professional cast. The production has significant flaws
See it if Well, if you haven't seen Twelfth Night yet, where have you been? But this was a fun staging of it.
Don't see it if You don't like Shakespeare. Or maybe you should come if you think you don't like Shakespeare and find out you do.
See it if you'd enjoy a fresh approach to The Bard; you're seeking a show that will mesmerize your kids, too; you like Shakespeare's comedies best
Don't see it if Shakespearean English & Elizabethan puns baffle you; you can't keep track of a large cast esp where there's doubling; you never go downtown
See it if you want to see a bare-bone production of Shakespeare. Good acting. Adequate staging.
Don't see it if you want a lavish and stylish production or a new take on a classic.
See it if Charming cast does an effervescent production of this comedy. Like great champagne with pop music.
Don't see it if You are a grouchy-pants Malvolio.