Our debut production, as part of the 2018 Sydney Fringe, is William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
Viola finds herself alone in a strange place, and so, fearing for her safety, she disguises herself as a man. But then she falls in love with a guy who thinks she’s a guy, and he falls in love with her — as a guy. Meanwhile she has been seducing a chick on his behalf, and this chick falls in love with her — as a guy.
This is Shakespeare’s queerest comedy of the giddying highs and shuddering lows of love.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll have a gay old time.
Cast (in order of appearance):
Orsino – Denzel Bruhn
Feste – Zach Selmes
Viola – Reilly O’Byrne-Inglis
Antonio/The Captain – Jason Glover
Sir Toby Belch – Alex Kendall Robson
Maria – Jess Vince-Moin
Sir Andrew Aguecheek – Sam Plummer
Olivia – Shelley Casey
Malvolia – Erica Lovell
Sebastian/Fabian – Shayan Askari
Director – Alex Kendall Robson
Producer – Jessica Iuliano
Composer – Antonio Fernandez
Musician – Zach Selmes
Graphic Designer – Matthew Whittingham
Fight Choreographer — Sam Plummer
Choreographer — Denzel Bruhn
Special thanks to Ryan Hanrahan, Antonio Fernandez,and Trevor and Anita Brown