Due to unrelenting demand, Melbourne Theatre Company's production of Twelfth Night will now play until Wednesday 9 January with four extra performances added to its already extended season at Southbank Theatre.
MTC Artistic Director Brett Sheehy said, ‘We feel very proud to bring such an accomplished and joyous production to our audiences, topping off a remarkable year of theatre at MTC. The demand for tickets is testament to the brilliance of the production and all involved in bringing it to life, from exquisite performances and songs to visionary design and direction. There’s no question that these newly released tickets will be snapped up fast.’
Directed by the illustrious Simon Phillips, this glittering production of Shakespeare's most beloved romantic comedy stars Frank Woodley, Colin Hay, Christie Whelan Browne, Esther Hannaford, Russell Dykstra, Richard Piper, Tamsin Carroll, Anthony Harkin, Lachlan Woods, Roderick Cairns, Caleb Alloway and Alec Steedman with enchanting music and songs by composers Kate Miller-Heidke and Keir Nuttall.
Twelfth Night plays at Southbank Theatre until Wednesday 9 January.