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Twelfth Night



George Henry Hall. Malvolio confronting the revelers. Oil on canvas, 1855.

Film

Twelfth Night. Dir Trevor Nunn, 1996. Starring Imogen Stubbs and Helena Bonham-Carter.
She’s the Man. Dir Andy Fickman, 2006. A teen movie starring Amanda Bynes as Viola and Channing Tatum as Orsino. 
Twelfth Night. Dir for stage by Nicolas Hynter, 1998. Starring Helen Hunt, Kyra Sedgewick, and Paul Rudd.
Twelfth Night. Dir Tim Supple, 2003. Starring Parminder Nagra and Chiwetel Ejiofor.

 

Theatre

I, Malvolio. by Tim Crouch. A one-man play in which Malvolio reflects on the events of Twelfth Night and plots his revenge.

 

Books
The Fool’s Girl by Celia Rees. An imagined sequel in which Viola’s daughter reclaims her father’s dukedom.
All Men of Genius by Lev AC Rosen. A marvelous reimagining of both Twelfth Night and The Importance of Being Earnest.

 

Television

BBC Shakespeare: Twelfth Night, 1980. Starring Alec McCowen as Malvolio.
Shakespeare: The Animated Tales, 1992. Starring Fiona Shaw, this 25-minute stop-motion animation captures the romance of the comedy.

 


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