How does Twelfth Night end?

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By Dan Haley

Editor and Publisher

In this week's Journal, Doug Deuchler, our theater critic, enthusiastically reviews the first half of Festival Theatre's Twelfth Night. After that the rains came. (Doug says that in 30 years of reviewing Festival's Austin Garden efforts that he has never had a rainout.)

Now comes word from Brad Bartels at Festival that the cast has yet to perform the entire play in three tries. They get through the first half and then the weather overwhelms. He is hopeful that the audience will see how Shakespeare concluded the play when Thursday night comes.

By the way, this version of Twelfth Night is set in a beach party movie theme.

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Chris Carrier  

Posted: July 26th, 2013 3:53 PM

I was in the 2000 production of Twelfth Night at Austin Gardens. I can tell you that "our version" ended with everyone getting married. I met my wife in the show and we were actually married about a year later.

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