Twelfth Night (The Flea Theatre)
Twelfth Night (The Flea Theatre)

Twelfth Night (The Flea Theatre) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(41 Reviews)
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Entertaining, Delightful, Clever, Enchanting, Confusing

A new take on Shakespeare’s classic comedy set in the decadent and lavish roaring 1920s.

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650 Reviews | 284 Followers
Unpolished but spirited production of, One of will's best comedies

See it if entertaining: playing on mistaken identity, lands desired laughs; added music & dance enhance; enthusiastic (unpolished) performances

Don't see it if when 12th Night's fully realized, it's incandescent, this isn't; acting's uneven/amateurish; attempt to set in 1920s jazz era not convincing

651 Reviews | 128 Followers
Clever idea, Confusing, Slow

See it if 20's theme with jazz music, some dancing Shakespeare.

Don't see it if Too long, and I couldn't follow at times and I know the story

480 Reviews | 130 Followers
Language all over the place, Applaud attempt, Some good performances, Dance sequences forced, Scene shifts killed pace

See it if want a decent community theater attempt at Shakespeare set in the 1920s with original music & at least 5 excellent acting performances

Don't see it if no patience for pacing, casting, directing, miscues OR you can't honor the attempt

456 Reviews | 116 Followers
Uneven direction, Underdeveloped, Great acting, Ambitious

See it if you want to get rid of some of the bad taste that the Public's As You Like It left in your mouth

Don't see it if you want a fully developed and prepared concept by director Alexis Confer Read more

302 Reviews | 67 Followers
Overrated, Fluffy, Good singing, Disappointing, Ambitious

See it if u'll enjoy an earnest well-intentioned community theatre production w/added singing & dancing which isn't integrated well into the play.

Don't see it if you expect consistently good acting.A few of the performances were good, but a couple were very weak. Costumes were also all over the place.

273 Reviews | 74 Followers

See it if into the bard's work set in the roaring '20s. An amiable troupe employing natural acting and musicianship; some good performances.

Don't see it if well... it is all over the place. The '20s angle came off forced, and despite my familiarity with the play, I found it hard to follow. Read more

281 Reviews | 28 Followers
Quirky, Disappointing, Entertaining, Clever

See it if You want to see a cute 'community theater' - like production set in the 1920s with singing and dancing.

Don't see it if You want a NYC-professional playing of this Shakespearian classic. You like Shakespeare in its original form.

162 Reviews | 25 Followers
A must-see for shakespeare’s fans, A great performance!, Enthusiastic cast!, Well-acted!

See it if You love Shakespearean plays. You’ll be delighted by an enthusiastic and prepared cast.

Don't see it if You care little for Shakespeare‘a plays with convoluted plots. Although I still think you should go for the verbose intellectual stimulation Read more