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{ "b" : "Theatre: Twelfth Night," , "cite" : "by William Shakespeare, Samuel Beckett Centre."}

1st April, 2006

{ "b" : "Theatre: Twelfth Night," , "cite" : "by William Shakespeare, Samuel Beckett Centre."}

The gender-bending comedy Twelfth Night, the last in a series of productions which began when Andy Hinds launched Classic Stage Ireland (CSI) two years ago, continues the company’s trend for irreverent, incisive and fresh interpretations of Shakespeare.

The story follows the fortunes of Viola and Sebastian, twins who are separated in a shipwreck, each believing the other to be dead.

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