Orsino loves Olivia (who won’t give him the time of day). Olivia loves Viola (whom she thinks is a boy). Viola loves Orsino (who doesn’t know she’s a girl). Malvolio loves being in love; and Sir Andrew, Toby Belch, and Maria love life to its fullest. It’s all rollicking confusion, but these hilarious characters do, at last, find love where they least expect it.
DIRECTOR: Sam White
SCENIC DESIGNER: Apollo Mark Weaver
COSTUME DESIGNER: Bill Black
LIGHTING DESIGNER: Michael Pasquini
SOUND DESIGNER/ORIGINAL MUSIC COMPOSER: Lindsay Jones
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Brandon Scott Grayson
DRAMATURG: Kathryn M. Moncrief
VOICE AND TEXT COACH: Nathan Crocker
FIGHT DIRECTOR: Benjamin Reigel
STAGE MANAGER: Jade Bruno*
Scene: Illyria and the seacoast
There will be one intermission.
MUSICIANS: Samae Allred, Ben Cano, Isabella Giordano†
FESTE, the fool: Trent Dahlin
VIOLA: Sarah Hollis*
SEBASTIAN: Tristan Turner
SEA CAPTAIN: Jamil Zraikat
ORSINO: René Thornton Jr.*
CURIO: Mauricio Miranda
VALENTINE: Aaron Young*
SIR TOBY BELCH: Todd Denning*
MARIA: Katie Cunningham*
SIR ANDREW AGUECHEEK: Josh Jeffers
OLIVIA: Betsy Mugavero*
MALVOLIO: Chris Mixon*
ANTONIO: Jamil Zraikat
OFFICERS: Ben Cano, Isabella Giordano†
PRIEST: Aaron Young*
Ian Allred†—Sir Andrew Aguecheek/Antonio/Sea Captain; Claudia Baffo—Maria; Ben Cano—Feste; Kat Lee—Viola; Connor Padilla—Malvolio; Trey Plutnicki—Sir Toby Belch; André Spathelf-Sanders—Curio/ Sebastian/ Valentine/ Priest; Tatem Trotter—Olivia; Aaron Young*—Duke Orsino
Understudies never substitute for listed players unless an announcement is made prior to the performance.
*Member of Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.
†Appearing courtesy of the Southern Utah University Fellowship Program.
The director is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a national theatrical labor union.
The costume and sound designers are represented by the United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829 of the IATSE.
Twelfth Night is one of Shakespeare's most loved comedies. It includes Shakespeare’s usual puns and innuendo, but is suitable for all audiences.