Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0142.  Tuesday, 28 February 1995.
From:           David Loeb <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Monday, 27 Feb 1995 17:43:11 U
Subject:        Twelfth Night at Yale
I recently saw the Yale Rep's Twelfth Night, set in the 60's with costumes from
"La Dolce Vita."  Feste was a nightclub singer, Maria wore a miniskirt, and
there was a pool on the stage into which, as a matter of dramatic imperative,
nearly everyone and everything eventually plunged.  Indeed, Sebastian made his
first entrance from the pool, though I'm not sure how.  An interesting note:
At the end, when Malvolio promises revenge, everyone breaks into cruel
laughter.  I'm looking for a film of Twelfth Night for my spring term comedy
course.  Any recommendations?  Dave

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