Twelfth Night Essay | Twelfth Night: A Comparison of the Text and Performance

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Twelfth Night: A Comparison of the Text and Performance

Summary: Compares the text and production of Twelfth Night or What you will, by William Shakespeare. Provides a plot summary. Describes how the actors bring Shakespeare's words to life.
The Play Twelfth Night or, What you will by William Shakespeare was written in 1601. The play takes place in Illyria and is a comedy written in the spirit of the celebration of the Twelve Nights of Christmas. This book contains many scenes that you decide whether to laugh or not. I saw this play in the Merrimack College. It was performed by a group of professional actors that travel around the world performing and acting.

This play is about the Duke Orsino that loves his neighbor Olivia. Olivia cannot pay attention to him because she is mourning her brother's death. Orsino gets a gentleman to help him gain Olivia's love; this gentleman is Viola disguised as a man and calls herself Cesario. Viola disguised as a man so she could get a good job, she got to Illyria do to a...

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