- Doug DeVita:14 Nov. 2020“ How wonderful! Duncan Pflaster has provided a sequel to Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT that is so smooth a continuation one thinks he was not only inspired by, but guided by the hand of old Will himself. (Pflaster's mastery of Shakespearian language is enviable.) Read this if you want to have a gay old time seeing what (might have) happened to all those wacky gender-benders on Illyria. Or just read it, period! Better yet, produce it. Cakes and Ale for everyone! ”
- Hayley St. James:29 Oct. 2020“ Twelfth Night’s one of my very favorite plays, and Duncan Pflaster’s gone and written it a sequel! Queering the canon in a truly delightful way, this full-length follow-up in verse and prose is so much fun! The Bard would be pleased, I hope. I’d love nothing more than to see it run in repertory with the original play. ”
- Viola23,FemaleOrsino’s betrothed, disguised as a boy named Cesario.
- Sir Toby Belch40s-50s,MaleOlivia’s uncle. Semi-Married to Maria.
- Sir Andrew Aguecheek30s,MaleA foolish knight, in love with Olivia.
- Sebastian23,MaleViola’s identical twin brother. Semi-married to Olivia.
- Olivia30s,FemaleA countess. In love with and semi-married to Sebastian.
- Malvolio40s-50s,MaleChief Steward for the Lady Olivia.
- Lady Maria30s-40s,FemaleAn ex-serving wench, now semi-married to Sir Toby.
- Fabian30s-40s,MaleA gentleman and friend of Sir Toby’s and Olivia’s.
- Duke Orsino30s,,Any race / ethnicityMaleA lord.
- Clown40s-50s,MaleFeste, The Lady Olivia’s fool.
- CesarioCisgender MaleM, A musician and attendant on Duke Orsino. Also plays REPERTA, F, a Mysterious Lady.
- Antonio30s,MaleA pirate, in love with Sebastian.
- ,Reading,Turn to Flesh Productions2019