(2007 TV Series)
Episode: Grace (2011)
Grace has always believed in fairytales and happy endings, but is forced to face reality. When Rich accidentally learns that David F-ing Blood is her father Grace has some explaining to do. Blood disapproves of Rich, and threatens to send her back to Mayberry's College for Young Ladies if her grades drop. Grace has to pass her drama exam, but with her relationship in turmoil and the whole gang at odds in her production of Twelfth Night, it's not looking likely. Grace manages to pull it off, but Blood goes back on his word, sending her to Mayberry's anyway. Rich rescues her, climbing up to her room and proposing. Her own real-life Romeo.
|2.||She's the Man
A modernization of "Twelfth Night, or What You Will." Duke likes Olivia but she does not return his love. Viola's soccer team is canceled so she goes to another school disguised as her twin brother to play, where she meets Duke. A movie worth of hilarity ensues.
(2000 TV Series)
Episode: If Music Be the Food of Love (2012)
Mandy sees a young girl on her 18th birthday. She's met this boy (Chris), and wants to have sex so needs the pill. They are both shocked later though, when Chris turns out to be a girl. Julia meets up with Martin in Stratford. They're going to see Twelfth Night and stop over in a hotel. Mrs Tembe couldn't make the play, so gave her ticket to Elaine, or as Martin knows her - Elysia Hyde. To make matters worse, Barry turns up (in bright canary yellow trousers), and he's ready to fight for Julia's attentions.
|4.||Toast of London
(2012 TV Series)
Episode: Global Warming (2015)
Annoyed never to have played at the Globe Theatre Steven hesitantly agrees to perform in the controversial director Daz Klondyke's revolutionary new production of 'Twelfth Night' alongside the non-professional Kyle and a cast of dogs. On opening night the dogs have yet to learn their lines and Klondyke foresees disaster. Fortunately Steven has a solution, since much of the Globe is made of the highly flammable blue spruce. Unfortunately the acting community condemns this show of vandalism and, after being fined by the P.C. police, there is nothing left for Steven professionally except to join Ed in his latest porn film.
|5.||Shakespeare: The Animated Tales
An animated adaptation of twelve of Shakespeare's best-known plays. The series was produced by S4C for the BBC, but animated by some of the foremost artists of Soyuzmultfilm, the former Soviet Union's main animation studio. Each 26-minute play is directed by a different animator, in a wide variety of styles: cel animation for Macbeth, stop-motion puppets in Twelfth Night, and paint on glass for Hamlet.
|6.||The Shakespeare Series
(2012 TV Series)
Episode: Twelfth Night (2012)
Gregory Mikell performs another of Shakespeare's romantic comedies in his ongoing weekly The Shakespeare Series, Twelfth Night Or What You Will. The Character of Sebastian tries to unravel the plot and sub plotting of the story that has ensued. Identity swapping and mistaken identity never gets too old. If you're a lover of classic monologues, soliloquies, bland or rhyming verse, you're bound to find something in the broad canon.
|7.||Gone with the Hurricane
Once up on a time, there was a wacky little island in Florida... Based loosely on Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night', this is the twisted story of romance on a tropical island with action, intrigue, mistaken identities, rednecks, stalkers, pirates, weird cults, horny widows, dumb cops, corrupt politicians, and a ninja. Put an umbrella in your drink, kick back, and enjoy the madness.
|8.||Shakespeare's Plan 12 from Outer Space
William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night", re-imagined in a child's vision of Hell. "Shakespeare's Plan 12 from Outer Space" is a festive yarn, comprised of the most homely and vulgar materials, while shamelessly thwarted buy the Bard's coarsest of jokes and grossest buffoonery.
|9.||What You Will
What You Will is a tragi-comedy drama shot as if it is a fly-on-the-wall documentary. Co-produced with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Filter Theatre's extraordinary production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is featured live in this backstage road movie. Interviews with Romola Garai and Dominic West are deviously mixed with behind-the-scenes filming, where the actors' off-stage shenanigans reflect their onstage characters and the real and unreal meld into inglorious technicolor.
"Melissa Carter is disenchanted with New York City. Years of bad auditions, failed relationships and soul-crushing day jobs have finally broken her spirit. In an attempt to rediscover her purpose, she returns to her hometown and takes a role in a local theater's newest endeavor, a musical adaptation of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night". When she comes face to face with her former high school flame, a pair of diva leading ladies, an overbearing mother, and worst of all, a prickly, no nonsense stage manager, the question emerges: Will Melissa's summer comedy become a melodrama?"
|11.||The Immortal Gentleman
William Shakespeare, Ben Jonson and Michael Drayton meet in a tavern in Southwark. Shakespeare points out people who remind him of scenes from his plays. A wistful woman reminds him of Juliet, a melancholy old man reminds him of Hamlet. The soldier son of the landlord encourages Shakespeare to recite 'The Seven Ages of Man'. Jonson then leads the company in singing 'Sigh no more, ladies'. The company's drunkenness leads Shakespeare to recall scenes from Twelfth Night. Jonson's cousin Jane comes across the sleeping poet and tells him that she believed him dead; he assures her that he will live forever.
|12.||21st Century Bard: The Making of Twelfth Night
(2003 TV Series)
This documentary, aired as a TV series, details the creation of Channel 4's updated version of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. Including interviews with the director and cast, comparisons with previous adaptations of the Bard's works, and behind-the-scenes looks at the making of this TV movie, which intertwines classic literature with the modern-day issues of interracial romance and the plight of asylum-seekers in Europe.
(2013 Short Film)
A theatre company's rehearsals for Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night bring back memories: the two older leads recall emotional connections from their past, and the new ingenues learn a thing or two about subtext from their predecessors. Under the hands of their director, old wounds are healed and new lessons learned. On this stage, the story begins where the script ends...