In this image provided Monday Nov. 19, 2012 by Sonia Friedman Productions, Stephen Fry, as the character Malvolio, during a dress rehearsal in "Twelfth Night" at a London theatre, Nov. 1, 2012. Mark Rylance's latest London performances are hot tickets, and not just because he is one of Britain's leading Shakespearean actors. It's a chance to see him in two wildly contrasting roles, the scheming usurper dispatching everyone who stands between him and the throne in "Richard III," and the aloof countess Olivia, blindsided by love, in the boisterous comedy "Twelfth Night." (AP Photo/Simon Annand, Sonia Friedman Productions)
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