Hilarious fun at Shakespeare Theatre

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SHOW REVIEW – Twelfth Night
 
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey and Director Bonnie J. Monte provide hilarious fun and a wonderful conclusion to their 2009 season in their production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. This comedy of mistaken identity begins with the shipwreck of Viola, played with great passion by Amy Hutchins, and her entrance into the service of Duke Orsino, played charmingly by Steve Wilson, as a page named Cesario. The Duke sends Viola as an intermediary to the Countess Olivia, portrayed with delightful disdain by Elena Shaddow, whom he is desperately in love with. Unfortunately for Viola, Olivia falls in love with