Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry Star in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

Shakespeare fans won't want to miss this: Legendary comedian Stephen Fry and Tony- and Olivier-winner Mark Rylance will co-star in London's Globe Theatre’s all-male production of Twelfth Night next month.

Featuring an all-male cast, the play is performed in accordance with Elizabethan production values and will use clothing, music and dance that could have been used in 1601. Mark Rylance reprises his portrayal of Olivia, an aristocratic woman who falls in love with the messenger of a suitor...who is secretly another woman in disguise. Fry will play Olivia's steward Malvolio, one of the funniest roles in all of Shakespeare's plays.

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre is located at New Globe Walk, Bankside in London. Visit www.shakespearesglobe.com/theatre/on-stage/twelfth-night for more information.

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