Twelfth Night, National Theatre

twelfth-night-doon-mackichan-as-festetamsin-greig-as-malvolia-image-by-marc-brennerSuffused with grief and unrequited love, Twelfth Night is often played as an anti-comedy – more melancholy than mirthful. Not so in Simon Godwin’s brash, gender-bending, utterly joyful rendering, which takes loss as a cue to embrace life.

Read my full BroadwayWorld review here

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One Response to Twelfth Night, National Theatre

  1. Miss Bicknell says:

    Great. This is is a great write up and fair. OB

    On 23 February 2017 at 12:29, MARIANKA SWAIN ~ WRITE HERE, WRITE NOW wrote:

    > mkmswain posted: “Suffused with grief and unrequited love, Twelfth Night > is often played as an anti-comedy – more melancholy than mirthful. Not so > in Simon Godwin’s brash, gender-bending, utterly joyful rendering, which > takes loss as a cue to embrace life. Read my full ” >

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