Twelfth Night 201

This week for the next in our 201 series, we go narrow and deep into some unanswered (perhaps unanswerable?) questions lingering around Twelfth Night. The Rhetorical Redux is about the use of accumulatio in the play; Jess ponders pants roles and hiding in plain sight; Aubrey asks WTF the title has to do with the play at all. We also provide a list of Twelfth Night productions* on their way to you this year (that is, if you live in the US, UK, or Canada).


Productions Near You:

  1. Indian adaptation of 12N!

  2. Directed by Brendan O’Hea. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London, 7 – 8 May, 10 May and 6 September (020 7401 9919); Chilham Castle, Kent, 26 May (matinee only). Part of the Voter’s Choice tour. [P]

  3. The Chameleons Amateur Dramatic Society. Compass Theatre, London, 24 – 26 May (01895 673 200) [A]

  4. Bristol Old Vic and Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh. Directed by Wils Wilson, Bristol Old Vic, Bristol, 17 October – 10 November (0117 987 7877) [P]

  5. National Theatre Live, in cinemas (click here to find local cinemas, dates, and time)

  6. Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Montgomery, Alabama, April 20–May 6, 2018

  7. Theatre for a New Audience, Brooklyn, New York, May 10–27, 2018

  8. Seattle Shakespeare Company, Seattle, Washington, to May 31, 2018 [tour]

  9. Trinity Shakespeare Festival, Fort Worth, Texas, June 19–July 8, 2018

  10. Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, June 21–July 15, 2018

  11. Cleveland Shakespeare Festival, Cleveland, Ohio, July 20–August 5, 2018

  12. A Company of Fools, Ottawa, Ontario, July 2–August 18, 2018

  13. Theater at Monmouth, Monmouth, Maine, July 5–August 19, 2018

  14. The Public Theater, New York, New York,July 17–August 19, 2018 [Free Shakespeare in the Park]

  15. Shakespeare In Detroit, Detroit, Michigan, August 2018

  16. Shakespeare's Globe, London, England, May 7–September 6, 2018 [Including tour]

  17. The EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens, Wimberley, Texas, August 31–September 23, 2018