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Twelfth Night (Bow Shakespeare Series #4)




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English Title: Twelfth Night (Bow Shakespeare Series #4)
Japanese Title: 十二夜
Romanized Title: Juuniya

Troupe: Moon
Year: 1999
Performances: Bow Hall, 7/17 - 7/27

Based On: Shakespeare's Twelfth Night
Adaptor/Director: Kimura Shinji
Composer: Kai Masato
Choreographer: Shou Sumire
Fighting Coordinator: Atsumi Hiroshi

Available on DVD: Yes (release date 7/20/07)
DVD Scene/Music Cut: None

Cast

RoleCast
Duke Orsino (the young duke of Illyria)Yamato Yuuga
Viola (shipwrecked in a storm, she lands in Illyria)Hanase Mizuka
Sir Toby (Olivia's cousin, a drunk)Oozora Yuuhi
Olivia (daughter of the count)Natsukawa Yura
Marvolio (Olivia's steward)Ritsu Tomomi
Feste (the jester)Mayama Haru
Maria (olivia's servant)Honami Aria
Sebastian (Viola's brother)Kaji Yuuki
The Captain (captain of the boat shipwrecked in the storm)Taiju Maki
Antonio (adores Sebastian)Narumi Jun
Sir Andrew (a foolish knight in love with Olivia)Shijou Rui
Valentine (Orsino's vassal)Asama Moyu
Edmond (Orsino's vassal)Takaki Amane
RolandTaiju Maki
RosalindKoizumi Kirara
The PriestArika Jun


Other Cast: Ayadori Kanna, Memu Chisato, Natsume Rin, Houjou Rumi, Shiina Aoi, Asabuki Yuika


Summary

WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!


This show follows the original Shakespeare fairly closely.

Viola is a girl shipwrecked in the Dukedom of Illyria. She takes on a male disguise and the name Cesario and becomes a servant of Duke Orsino. Although she falls in love with him, the duke is in love with the Countess Olivia, and sends Cesario (Viola) as his messenger to try to win her over. Olivia mocks the duke's message, and Viola chastens her for her behavior. Olivia falls in love with this young messenger who speaks so passionately about love.

Meanwhile, Viola's twin brother Sebastian also survived the shipwreck. He is given guidance and money by Antonio, but Antonio will not go into Illyria because he is wanted by the Duke.

Subplots involve Olivia's household, where her cousin Sir Toby attempts to convince poor, foolish Sir Andrew that he has a chance to win Olivia over. Also, Sir Toby, Feste, and Maria band together to pull pranks on the steward, Marvolio, who is very conceited and in love with Olivia.

In the end, there is a complete chaos of mistaken identities, fights, and duels.

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Reviews

Twelfth Night - Review by Ekusudei

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