Sean Graney’s 12 Nights, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, is set in the 1980s and combines pop tunes of that era with the Bard’s gender-bending comedy. Performed on Friday, October 22 and Saturday, October 23 by a cast of 16 actors, Burroughs’ version featured a live house band playing a range of iconic '80s hits, from The Bangles to Genesis. 

The cast included Jacob Tuteur ‘23 (The Duke); Lucia del Pilar ’24 (Viola); Ella Merritt ‘24 (Lady Olivia); Shayfer Huitt ‘22 (Clowny Festus); Patrick Whiteford ‘23 (Malvolio); Sofia Kisner ‘22 (Maid Mary); Summer Levin ‘24 (Belch); Erin Lamping ‘22 (Sir Simon Sickencheek); Annie Gill ’22 (Le Tigre Mer); Owen Front ‘25 (Holy Father Fisherman); Mia Wood ‘23 (Dr. Curio, PhD); and Davin Rich ‘24 (Officer Valentin). Molly Magarian ‘25, JRob Goffstein ‘23, Hana Banga ‘24 and Anne Grace Hooper ‘22 performed as the ensemble, and the band was Shayfer Huitt (drums and guitar); Phoebe Martyn ‘22 (bass guitar); June Kim ‘24 (drums); Hana Banga and Sylvia Barnes ‘23 (keyboard).

Drew Battles directed, assistant director was Anne Grace Hooper, the production stage manager was Wren Wolfgram '25 and Jocelyn Ryan '25 was assistant stage manager.