“Twelfth Night” By William Shakespeare Review

Twelfth Night is a fast-paced romantic comedy with several interwoven plots of romance, mistaken identities and practical jokes. Separated from her twin brother Sebastian in a shipwreck, Viola disguises herself as a boy, calls herself Cesario, and becomes a servant to the Duke Orsino.

This play like many other plays by William Shakespeare was boring and I just didn’t care for it. This play didn’t disappoint me because many plays by William Shakespeare have done that so I started not having any expectations for them. 

The plot here was typical William Shakespeare plot which really had the potential to be good but simply wasn’t. The romance here together with the lame jokes in this play makes this play insufferable and pure torture.  

This play was an attempt by William Shakespeare to make a rom-com which I need to say that he accomplished but I personally hate rom-coms so of course I hate this play as well.

The characters in this play are super boring because they are the most generic rom-com characters as it can be. Which really made me want to stab myself with something in both of the eyes. 

I Give Play 1 / 5

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