Class IV Shakespeare
"Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.”
-- William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night
Class IV students presented William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy Twelfth Night during Wednesday’s all-school assembly in a filmed, virtual setting. The cast and crew enjoyed a delicious breakfast to celebrate their production in honor of the Bard of Avon.
Twelfth Night—set on the coast of the Adriatic Sea (the Muddy River), in a garden (the Winsor courtyard), and in a palace (the black box theater)—tells the story of Viola and Sebastian, two separated siblings and the ensuing misunderstandings that follow.
Brava to the Class IV cast and crew who managed all aspects of the production including casting, filming, set design, costume creation, music, and lighting. A special thank you to performing arts faculty Felicia Brady-Lopez, Jeremy Johnson, Carey McKinley, and Andres Puigbo, as well as to Class IV coordinators Annie Huntoon and Libby Parsley and all the Class IV faculty who helped make this wonderful production possible.