ZEPHYRHILLS — The Zephyrhills High School Drama Club will present a production of “Twelfth Night” by William Shakespeare today through Sunday in the ZHS auditorium.
“Twelfth Night” is a comedy about twins, a boy and a girl, who are shipwrecked and the situations that arise before they are reunited. The play is thought to have been written for a celebration at the end of the 12 days of Christmas in the 17th century, hence “Twelfth Night.”
The drama club will present performances at 7 p.m. today and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5. Children 3 or younger admitted free.
The “Twelfth Night” characters and performers are: Viola, Madison Smith; Orsino, Jordan Spencer; Olivia, Stephanie Clark; Feste, Cami Brooks; Maria, Brittnie Besonday; Malvolio, Tara Braxton; Sebastian, Kaydee Reno; Sir Toby Belch, David Dorso; Sir Andrew Aguecheek, TJ Hernandez; Fabian, Dylan Peters; Valentine and servant, Victoria Rust; Curio, Jada Canty; Antonio, Anthony Porrey; first officer, Veronica Herrera; second officer, Amber Fisher; sea captain, Matthew Johnson; and priest, William Seville.
ZHS teacher David Dorso selected the play and produced the show, and the production was directed by drama teacher Susan Noblitt with the help of student director Megan Gray and stage manager Elizabeth Wilder.