Renegade Play-Reading Company’s What You Will is Twelfth Night from the perspectives of Sir Toby, Maria, Feste, Malvolio, and Sir Andrew Aguecheek. RPRC took the scenes with those characters out of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and put together a coherent play. The idea of taking a well known Shakespearean play and dividing it in two so it fits in the Fringe Festivals tiny time slots is brilliant. The shows even make sense if you don’t see both of them, which is a feat unto itself. The actors were hysterical and they knew the language well, which is always good in a Shakespearean play. I especially enjoyed the performance of Sam Bardwell, who played Sir Andrew Aguecheek was very good at playing an idiot. The blue lights around the stage still make me feel like my eyes are being gorged out by the ghost of Christmas past, but otherwise this was a brilliant production.