The twins Viola and Sebastian are separated in a shipwreck—an apt metaphor for the storm of emotions that is to come. The events set in motion a whirlwind plot that, at its center, is a love triangle but delves much more deeply into the many expressions of love and its joys and sorrows.
And although at the conclusion of the play all the couples sort themselves out with the “right” partners, along the way, we may be left to ponder: who are we—really? Director Jason Bohon says, “William Shakespeare’s "Twelfth Night" is one of his most popular comedies because its themes are universal — unrequited love, identity and death. It is a story that moves from of a period of isolation, loss and grief into a period of love, kindness and acceptance.”
Director: Jason Bohon