Viola thinks her brother is dead. He’s not. He thinks she is dead. She’s not. Everyone thinks that she is her brother. She’s not. What could possibly go wrong?
William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” kicks off The Warehouse Theatre’s 50th anniversary season, and it runs tonight through Sept. 24.
Longtime Warehouse collaborator Jayce T. Tromsness returns as director for this fresh spin on a classic comedy, featuring a cast of longtime Warehouse favorites with a mix of new talent. “It’s what The Warehouse does best,” says Artistic Director Mike Sablone, “produce work that is as fresh today as when it was when written in the 1600s.”