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Twelfth Night

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Separated in a shipwreck from her twin brother and believing him dead, Viola disguises herself as a boy and is employed by Count Orsino to woo the reluctant Lady Olivia. Read More >

Separated in a shipwreck from her twin brother and believing him dead, Viola disguises herself as a boy and is employed by Count Orsino to woo the reluctant Lady Olivia. Olivia is indeed finally awoken from her own grief by a new love, but for the servant and not the master, whilst Viola herself has fallen head over heels for the Count.

Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identities, unrequited love, trickery and drunken revelling was the first play ever staged at the Open Air Theatre in 1932. Edward Dick directs this new production.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 04/06/2008

Opening Night: 13/06/2008

Closing Night: 30/07/2008

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Natalie Dew, Marcello Walton, Oscar Pearce, Ben Ingles, Leon Williams, Harry Myers, Tim Woodward, Claire Benedict, Clive Hayward, Clive Rowe, Janie Dee, Richard O'Callaghan, Andy Cryer, Jennifer Bryden, Annalisa Rossi, Richard Cotton, Neet Mohan, Harry Myers, David Whitworth

Creative

Director - Edward Dick

Set Designer - Robert Innes Hopkins

Author - William Shakespeare

About Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Regent's Park, London, United Kingdom, NW1 4NR

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