Time for another scene-by-scene retelling of an entire Shakespeare play! This time around I'm going to try my hand at adapting my first comedy, and it's one of my favorites: Twelfth Night. Let's get thing started with a good old who's who... LET'S GET THIS PARTY STARTED! Also, be sure to check out my Patreon page! For a small monthly subscription, you not only help me continue making stick figure Shakespeare comics, but you also get access to a variety of fun, exclusive perks!

Time for another scene-by-scene retelling of an entire Shakespeare play! This time around I'm going to try my hand at adapting my first comedy, and it's one of my favorites: Twelfth Night. Let's get thing started with a good old who's who... LET'S GET THIS PARTY STARTED! Also, be sure to check out my Patreon page! For a small monthly subscription, you not only help me continue making stick figure Shakespeare comics, but you also get access to a variety of fun, exclusive perks!

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Twelfth Night: Act 3, Scene 4 (part 2) — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic

Twelfth Night: Act 3, Scene 4 (part 2) — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic

Joanna Lumley speaks Viola’s soliloquy from Twelfth Night in which, disguised as a page boy, she wonders whether Olivia has fallen in love with her.  Act 2, Scene 2 pp. 64-66

Joanna Lumley speaks Viola’s soliloquy from Twelfth Night in which, disguised as a page boy, she wonders whether Olivia has fallen in love with her. Act 2, Scene 2 pp. 64-66

"Navigating Twelfth Night" This image nicely helps us to understand how all the characters in Twelfth Night are related to each other. When you actually enter the site, it describes of the characters.

"Navigating Twelfth Night" This image nicely helps us to understand how all the characters in Twelfth Night are related to each other. When you actually enter the site, it describes of the characters.

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