Twelfth Night video blog

Meet our director

Michele Delattre

Meet our dramaturge
Peter Bradbury

Peter's blog

Meet our producer Steve Beecroft and Front-of-House manager 
Nic Meredith

Meet our set designer
Steve Coleman.


Meet our Fight Director

Steve Beecroft

Meet our cast at work

Glenn Havlan (Toby), Lindsey Abbott (Fabian), Isabelle Grimm (Viola), Steve Beecroft (Andrew)

Act 3 Scene 4

Gentle Cesario (Viola disguised as a man) and the cowardly Sir Andrew make the most unlikely of combatants. As a practical joke, Sir Toby, (lord of misrule in Olivia’s household) and his accomplice Fabian goad them into a duel.


Meet our cast at work

Nelson Brown (Orsino), Euan Ashley (Curio), Emmet Kalish (Valentine)

Act 1 Scene 1

1.1 Duke Orsino’s unrequited love for Olivia gives rise to the opening poetry in the play and worries his friends, Curio and Valentine.


Meet our cast at work

Isabelle Grimm (Olivia), Jordan Kersten (Viola)

Act 1 Scene 5
In this famous scene the Lady Olivia (Jordan Kersten), long courted by Duke Orsino, is knocked for a loop by his new emissary (Isabelle Grimm) who is disguised as a man.

Meet our cast at work
Robbie Diaz (Sebastian), Marc Berman (Antonio)


Act 3 Scene 3
Twins Sebastian and Viola each think the other drowned in the shipwreck that opens the play. But a sea captain, Antonio, has rescued Sebastian from the sea. In this scene Sebastian and Antonio arrive in Illyria, ignorant that Viola has also survived.

Meet our actors at work

Robbie Diaz (Sebastian)

Act 4 Scene 3
When Sebastian arrives in Illyria he is mistaken for the disguised Cesario (Viola). Olivia’s consequent romantic invitation baffles and delights him.



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Mailing address: Curtain Theatre,
c/o 12 Molino Avenue, Mill Valley, CA 94941.


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