Looking to get your fill of Shakespeare at this year's Winnipeg Fringe Festival? Then look no further than Indifferently Reformed's take on Twelfth Night!

Twelfth Night tells the story of the siblings Viola and Sebastian (played by real-life siblings Brooke and Zach Bowser), who are shipwrecked and separated, with Viola landing in Illyria. In this unfamiliar land, she finds herself mixed up in a love triangle involving the country's ruler, Duke Orsino, and the woman he pines for, the Countess Olivia.

If you're a fan of Shakespeare or are looking for a lighthearted romantic comedy involving cross-dressing, mistaken identities and yellow socks, then this Fringe show is for you!

Manitoba Theatre For Young People, Richardson Hall
2 Forks Market Road

Saturday, July 20th, 5:00 PM
Sunday, July 21st, 5:00 PM
Monday, July 22nd, 9:30 PM
Tuesday, July 23rd, 9:30 PM
Wednesday, July 24th, 9:30 PM
Saturday, July 27th, 5:00 PM

TICKETS: $12.00 (Kids under 12: $10.00)
Runtime: 90 Minutes

Brooke Bowser as Viola
Ashlin Daly as Olivia
Stephen Irom Gatphoh as Duke Orsino
Maggie Koreen as Feste
Nolan Desrochers as Malvolio
Brittney Fredrickson as Sir Toby Belch
Bennette Villones as Sir Andrew Aguecheek
Megan McGonigal as Maria
Zach Bowser as Sebastian
Nikki Watson & Autumn Lee as Antonia (and others)

Directed by Christian M. Leeson
Stage Manager: Arthur Holroyd
Assistant Stage Manager: Julia Armstrong
Costumer: Diane Klisko
Photographer: Rae Swan
Backstage Runner: Courtney Unrau