Excellent. Good fun. Strikes the right balance between drama and humour. Everyone acts like a pack of fannies and is scolded by Malvolio. So they play a nasty prank on him, which is altogether too mean and isn’t shown to have any comeuppance for its architects, but Shakespeare figures everyone’ll be alright with that since Malvolio is insufferable, pompous twat. Lots of genderswap farce and mistaken twin identity. Good stuff. Still think Viola should have ended up with hot mama Olivia, but that’ll be in the alternative ending Shakespeare kept under his bed.