Love in Disguise 24 July 2013
One of William Shakespeare’s most popular comedies, Twelfth Night, is a rollicking tale of adventure, mistaken identity, and unrequited love—a love reciprocated in the end. The Oberlin Summer Theater Festival (OSTF) this season presents its version of the Bard’s classic in rotating repertory with Equity and non-Equity actors, directors, and theater crew.
This easy-to-understand adaptation is geared for the entire family and features innovative staging, clowning, and an original score. This free production continues OSTF’s tradition of offering meaningful theater classics to audiences that might not otherwise see live theater.
Photograph by John Seyfried