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William Shakespeare's

Twelfth Night – 2024

April 26th - October 26thFestival TheatreTicket Info
Generally Positive Reviews based on 3 Critics
  • top 91% of shows in the 2024 season
  • tied for most reviewed show of the season
3 Reviews
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Toronto Star - Joshua Chong

Set in the 60s, the Summer of Love

“…characters in this production may be situated on the periphery of the counterculture revolution — thankfully, Christina Poddubluk’s understated costumes and sets don’t bludgeon the audience with a flower power esthetic — but they are no less swept away by their untamed desires, even if those impulses might conflict with their present realities.”

Read Full Review05/29/2024

Broadway World - Lauren Gienow

Jessica B. Hill Shines

“Jessica B. Hill shines as Viola. Not only does she immediately win over the audience with her physical comedy, but she also plays off of both Sills and Sears splendidly – having excellent chemistry with both…

Vanessa Sears offers delightful comedic timing as her Olivia transitions from a grief-stricken daughter and sister who refuses to ever love again, to a love-sick girl who is infatuated with Viola disguised as Cesario.”

Read Full Review05/29/2024

Stratford Beacon Herald - Bruce Urquhart

Enormously Entertaining

“…Deborah Hay and Laura Condlln all but steal the show in roles that are almost tangential to the central narrative…

Working with some of Stratford’s best actors – and a creative team committed to bringing their performances to the fore – this Twelfth Night is a worthy, and enormously entertaining, addition to Stratford’s decades-long celebration of Shakespeare.”

Read Full Review05/29/2024

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