Get this: Countess Olivia loves Cesario, who is actually Viola, who has been dressing in drag since getting washed ashore in the shipwreck that separated her from her brother Sebastian. Both siblings are played by the same actress, which leads to some girl-on-girl kissing, which, on opening night, led Delegate Bill Janis (R-Goochland) to avert his gaze and blush back at the actors from the front row. Sounds like a daytime soap setup, but Richmond Shakespeare Theatre's production of "Twelfth Night" is better for your brain. Because there's so much ornament and detail laced into Shakespeare's comedy, the company moves everything out of the way of his words. With minimal props, crafty musical interludes and a bowling-lane-style stage the audience sits on either side of the action the cast gets plenty of room to play. The company performs "Twelfth Night" at Second Presbyterian Church at 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays (with an additional 2 p.m. show Saturdays) through March 31. Tickets are $13-$24. Call (866) 227-3849 or visit www.richmondshakespeare.com.