Twelfth Night Productions Over Time

Explored the psychological complexity of the characters. What does the 1969 RSC Production (Barton) do differently to previous performances?
A ‘wintery melancholy’ What mood is the 1969 performance described as having?
An inherent melancholy resulting from the pain of love. What did the 1983 RSC (Caird) performance focus on?
Decay and confinement- ruined garden, rusted gates and chapel. What feeling does the setting of the 1983 production create?
Feste Which character did the 1996 Nunn film focus on?
Victorian- gender differences defined. What is the setting of the 1996 film and what effect does this have?
Comic and non-realistic feeling to setting and costume. Why is the 1997 RSC (Noble) production different to its predecessors?
The preoccupation with the play’s melancholy. What is the 1997 production a response to?
‘Crude one-dimensional farce’ What is the 1997 production described as?
Harking back to Elizabethan times. What is significant about the 2013 Globe (Carroll) production?
Gender ambiguity with a transgender Feste and a towering Olivia over Viola. Why is the 2017 Royal Exchange version very experimental?
Modern ideas about mental health and OCD. What does the 2017 Royal Exchange version represent?
Gender fluidity- female Malvolio, Fabian and Feste. What is the key focus in the 2017 National Theatre production?
Victorian setting- opulent costume and staging? What is the setting and staging like for the 2018 RSC (Luscombe) production?
A chasm between eastern and western culture. What does the 2018 production represent?
‘sexually ambivalent’ How is Orsino’s household described as being in the 2018 RSC production?
Barton Who was the director of the 1969 RSC production?
Caird Who was the director of the 1983 RSC production?
Nunn Who was the director of the 1996 film?
Noble Who was the director of the 1997 RSC production?
Carroll Who was the director of the 2013 Globe production?
Luscombe Who was the director of the 2018 RSC production?

You Might Also Like