For its 10th season, the festival featured performances of Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night.
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Kelsey Milbourn, left, as Viola and Garret Storms, right, as Orsino in a dress rehearsal for Trinity Shakespeare’s production of Twelfth Night. Photo by Amy Peterson
In Twelfth Night, Viola (Kelsey Milbourn ’12) and Orsino (Garret Storms) fall in love after she reveals that she is not, in fact, the boy she is pretending to be. Regarded as the pinnacle of the bard’s comedic genius, Twelfth Night was directed by Blake Hackler, who stepped in to play the role of Olivia after actress Jessica Turner tore an Achilles tendon two days before the production opened.
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