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Gender-fluidity and Sexuality in the National Theatre’s Twelfth Night

Shakespeare had a bit of a thing for mistaken identity plots and cross-dressing characters, never more so than in the always delightful Twelfth Night. Twins Viola and Sebastian are separated following a shipwreck, so Viola dresses as Sebastian and sets off to find employment. Meanwhile Sebastian also sets off in search of work and a place to stay. Hijinks and […]

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