Twelfth Night
MAY 27–JUNE 21  

Get tangled up in love in this women-led production of Twelfth Night, steered by an all-star cast of the Bay Area's most esteemed female actors (including Margo Hall and Domenique Lozano). Director Christopher Liam Moore (Cal Shakes’ Lady Windermere’s Fan) brings humanity and nuance to this classic, family-friendly comedy. This spectacular cast and crew launch our 2015 season with Shakespeare’s comic masterpiece of mistaken identity, in which shipwrecked twins navigate across a strange island to find love—and each other.

Twelfth Night runs approximately two hours and fifteen minutes, including one fifteen-minute intermission.

Note for patrons: Malvolio briefly "smokes" a vapor cigarette near the end of Act One.

  • WHO'S WHO
  • Events
  • PHOTOS
  • PRESS
  • PROGRAM
  • INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

CREATIVE TEAM

Director - CHRISTOPHER LIAM MOORE
Scenic Designer- NINA BALL
Costume Designer - MEG NEVILLE
Lighting Designer - BURKE BROWN
Sound Designer - ANDRE PLUESS
Voice and Text Coach - LYNNE SOFFER*
Dramaturg - ALISON CAREY
Resident Fight Director - DAVE MAIER
Movement Consultant - ERIKA CHONG SHUCH*
Stage Manager - LAXMI KUMARAN*
Assistant Stage Manager - DEIRDRE ROSE HOLLAND
Assistant Director - VICKIE ROZELL
Associate Costume Designer - KARINA CHAVARIN
Assistant Lighting Designers - SARINA RENTERIA, MOLLY STEWART-COHN
Production Assistant - CHERYLE HONERLAH


CAST

Sir Toby Belch - CATHERINE CASTELLANOS*
Feste - TED DEASY*
Olivia - JULIE ECCLES*
Sir Andrew Aguecheek - MARGO HALL*
Maria - DOMENIQUE LOZANO*
Duke Orsino - RAMI MARGRON*
Viola/Sebastian - LISA ANNE PORTER*
Malvolio - STACY ROSS*
*Denotes member of Actor's Equity Association.

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

Ellen & Joffa Dale
Michael & Virginia Ross
Jean Simpson
Sharon Simpson
Jay Yamada


PRODUCERS

Nancy Olson
George & Kathleen Wolf


ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS

Jim & Nita Roethe




PHOTOS

PUBLICITY
Publicity photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: The female cast of TWELFTH NIGHT. From L to R: Rami Margron, Julie Eccles, Domenique Lozano, Stacy Ross, Catherine Castellanos, Lisa Ann Porter, Margo Hall.
Other cast members not pictured: Ted Deasy.
Photo by Jay Yamada.

Publicity photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: The female cast of TWELFTH NIGHT. From L to R: Top: Julie Eccles, Catherine Castellanos, Lisa Ann Porter. Sitting: Rami Margron, Domenique Lozano, Stacy Ross, Margo Hall.
Other cast members not pictured: Ted Deasy.
Photo by Jay Yamada.

 
PRODUCTION
Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (L to R) Lisa Anne Porter as Viola and Rami Margron as Orsino in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (L to R) Stacy Ross as Malvolio and Julie Eccles as Olivia in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (L to R) Catherine Castellanos as Sir Toby Belch and Domenique Lozano as Maria in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (L to R) Lisa Anne Porter as Viola and Julie Eccles as Olivia in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (L to R) Lisa Anne Porter as Viola and Julie Eccles as Olivia in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: Lisa Anne Porter as Viola in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: Lisa Anne Porter as Viola in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (L to R) Catherine Castellanos as Sir Toby Belch, Domenique Lozano as Maria, and Margo Hall as Andrew Aguecheek in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (foreground L to R) Rami Margron as Orsino and Ted Deasy as Feste, (background) Lisa Anne Porter as Viola in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (foreground) Stacy Ross as Malvolio, (background L to R) Margo Hall as Andrew Aguecheek, Domenique Lozano as Maria, and Catherine Castellanos as Sir Toby Belch in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (foreground) Stacy Ross as Malvolio, (background L to R) Margo Hall as Andrew Aguecheek and Catherine Castellanos as Sir Toby Belch in California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

Productiom photo for Twelfth Night


Pictured: (foreground) Lisa Anne Porter as Viola and the cast of California Shakespeare Theater’s production of TWELFTH NIGHT, directed by Christopher Liam Moore.
Photo by Kevin Berne.

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

We believe in opening young minds to the power and magic of live theater. However, we understand that every production may not be appropriate for every child or family, as we frequently address mature issues, ideas, and themes. We encourage you to consider whether any particular Main Stage production is appropriate for your child, and to be in dialogue with us and your children about the content and/or artistic expression therein.

Twelfth Night is a family friendly production with some very mild sexual content, some mild violence, and depiction of drinking “beer” and “wine.” A vapor cigarette is also "smoked." There is no nudity or profanity in this production.

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

We believe in opening young minds to the power and magic of live theater. However, we understand that not every production may be appropriate for every child or family, as we frequently address mature issues, ideas, and themes. We encourage you to consider whether any particular Main Stage production is appropriate for your child, and to be in dialogue with us and your children about the content and/or artistic expression therein.

Children under four are not permitted in the Amphitheater as a courtesy to our patrons and artists.