Shakespeare's timeless comedy of madness and mayhem is brought to life in this off the wall production set in the 80's.… the 1580's that is. A time of castles, corsets, leg warmers, headbands and balloon skirts!!!???

Twelfth Night is your classic tale of boy loves girl, girl loves another boy who is really a girl in disguise because she has survived a shipwreck that she believes has taken the life of her twin brother. And that's just the beginning…

Throw in a couple of drunken knights, a pirate and some yellow stockings and you have one of Shakespeare's funniest and silliest comedies ever. Directed by Terri Brabon with a catchy 80's soundtrack, this production stars visiting Melbourne actress Mia Landgren in the role of Viola, alongside the stellar TheatreiNQ Company Ensemble including Brendan O'Connor as Sir Toby Belch.

The Creative Team - Cast
The Twins of Messaline
Viola Mia Landgren
Sebastian Michael Gleeson
The House of Lady Olivia
Olivia Emma Lamberton
Sir Toby Belch Brendan O'Connor
Sir Andrew
Jonathon Brown
Bernie Lanigan
John Goodson
Robert Street
Arminelle Fleming
Olivia's Ladies
Shai Regan
  Paris Walsh
  Rachel Nutchey
The Court Of Duke Orsino
Kevin Price
Lachlan Stevenson
Lachlan Greenland
Christian Agapiou
The Captain
James Thomasson
The People Of Illyria
John Robertson
Sir Topas
James Thomasson
Tamika Crane
Samantha Kennedy
Anna Wallace
Emma Smith
Taylah Smith
Finn Forde
The Creative Team - Production
Directed by Terri Brabon
Stage Combat Directed by Brendan O'Connor
Set Design
Brendan O'Connor
Lighting Design
Jamie Schmidt
Sound Design
Terri Brabon
Kathy Brabon
  Terri Brabon
Susan Brabon
  The Bridge Project
Stage Manager
Chris Nobile
Madeline Hillam
Lighting Operator
Thomas Roach
Sound Operator
Anne-Marie Smith
Set Construction
Brendan O'Connor
Set Construction
Madeline Hillam
Event Co-Ordinator
Kellie Esling
Front Of House
Tina Porta
Kerry Santariga
Chrissy Maguire

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