Twelfth Night is one of the most carefully plotted and expertly written of Shakespeare’s romantic ‘Golden Comedies’. The festive, gently satirical comic plot centers around a series of practical jokes and mistaken identities. The rid of Viola is a challenging one for any actress as Viola finds herself shipwrecked on a strange coast where she must disguise herself as a young man to get along in society. This tale of love and courtship, mistaken identity, pride and practical jokes is edited to 90 minutes. The action flows quickly and the archaic terms are eliminated.