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This exquisite comedy is a timeless masterpiece, bursting at the seams with passion and music. Yet it starts with a twin sister and brother shipwrecked, grief-stricken, both believing the other to be drowned. Shakespeare’s lyrical fantasy slams poetry into melancholia, laced with drunkenness and misrule in bucket loads. Identity confusion abounds in a whirligig of capricious farce as everything spins out of control towards a sense of harmony.

Simon Phillips (Macbeth) again brings one of Shakespeare’s most celebrated works to life at MTC for this highly anticipated production, featuring music by Kate Miller-Heidke and Keir Nuttall (Muriel’s Wedding The Musical).

Cast & Crew

Caleb Alloway

Caleb Alloway

Sebastian

Roderick Cairns

Roderick Cairns

Sea Captain / Musician / Ensemble

Esther Hannaford

Esther Hannaford

Viola

Anthony Harkin

Anthony Harkin

Antonio / Musician / Ensemble

Richard Piper

Richard Piper

Sir Toby Belch

Christie Whelan Browne

Christie Whelan Browne

Olivia

Frank Woodley

Frank Woodley

Sir Andrew Aguecheek

Lachlan Woods

Lachlan Woods

Orsino

Simon Phillips

Simon Phillips

Director

Gabriela Tylesova

Gabriela Tylesova

Set & Costume Designer

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Nick Schlieper

Lighting Designer

Kate Miller-Heidke

Kate Miller-Heidke

Composer

Keir Nuttall

Keir Nuttall

Composer

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Ian McDonald

Musical Director & Additional Composition

Leith McPherson

Leith McPherson

Voice & Dialect Coach

Sophie Woodward

Sophie Woodward

Assistant Costume Designer

News & Reviews

Reviews

Arguably Shakespeare’s most perfect rom-com.

The Age

Mistaken identities, cross-dressing, practical jokes, wicked humour, interrupted romance and happy endings.

Herald Sun

Venues

Attendance Information

  • Contains some coarse Elizabethan language, mild violence and mild sexual references. For detailed information about the production’s content click here.

    Details regarding this production’s content will be available closer to the season. For further information, please call our box office on (03) 8688 0800.

  • Hearing Assistance Wheelchair accessible Audio Description Tactile Tour Open Captioning

    Twelfth Night will be Audio Described on Tuesday 4 December, 6.30pm and Saturday 8 December, 2pm with a tactile tour at 1pm prior to the Saturday performance.

    Captions are available via a screen for the performance on Thursday 6 December, 8pm

    You can learn more about access services at MTC here.

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