Twelfth Night or What You Will

Twelfth Night or What You Will production

The University of Redlands Theatre Arts Department's Fall 2006 Mainstage Production:

Twelfth Night or What You Will

By William Shakespeare

November 16-20, 2006

Directed by:  Steve Shade
Scenic Design: Snezana Petrovich
Costume Design: Deborah Bradford
Lighting Designer: Dan Cork

The Story:
Shakespeare's celebration of the madness of love and the transience of time brings together a lovesick duke, a grieving countess, an upwardly-mobile servant, and a pair of identical twins. Viola masquerades as her twin brother, believed perished in a shipwreck, in order to serve the Duke with whom she secretly falls in love.

In the U of R production, the place takes the form of Viola's fantasy - what she  wills - separated from her brother when their passenger vessel wrecks on its journey to California during the mid-19th Century Gold Rush.

The production also included live music and some of Shakespeare's most memorable songs, including "O Mistress Mine", "Come Away", and 'When That I Was A Little Tiny Boy".


Viola - Angela Doner
Sebastian - Bradley Markano
Malvolia - Brandon Lambert
Sir Andrew - Chip Gross
Antonio - Chris Rosenberg
Feste - David Dickerson
Sir Toby - Derek Delmar
Orsino - Dustin Lovell
Captain/Priest - Gary Tipton
Maria - Jesse Teplow
Fabian - Landry Barb II
Second Officer - Matthew Taylor
Olivia - McKenna Kaiser
Olivia's Servant - Megan Quinn
Curio - Nicholas Zaharopoulos
Valentine - Sean Cork
First Officer - Toby Seisler
Olivia's Servant - Yvette Magallon
Musician (Piano) - Eric Chu
Musician (Clarinet) - Adrian Villicana

Production Team:

Assistant Director - Michael Trobisch
Stage Manager - Eric S. Rodriguez
Assistant Lighting Designer - Kyle Ledesma
Technical Director - Dan Cork
Music Director - Chip Gross
Sound Designers - Nicholas Malenka, Geoff Skinwell


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