On November 20 and 21, the Marymount Players presented their fall production of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. The cast, which also included three thespians from Regis High School, wore traditional Elizabethan costumes to portray Shakespeare's beloved characters. The students explored the play's themes of comedy, disguise, mistaken identity, romance, practical jokes, and of course, a happy ending. They also performed a prologue dance to set the scene. Members of Marymount's set/tech club worked tirelessly backstage to coordinate sets, props, and costumes for the production. The show was a great success!