The student production of Shakespeare's comedy "Twelfth Night," was hilarious. The cast had the audience in stitches. The students used their creativity to infuse even more laughter into the show with their choices of zany props, music, scenery, physical comedy and costuming. This production was not on the arts schedule for the year. The students asked if they could add it. Fine arts department chair Ranae Butler said "Yes" as long as the play was student run. She served as director/guide, and true to their word, the students did everything. Mrs. Butler, who teaches MS Shakespeare, was excited the High Schoolers wanted to explore the beauty of the dialogue. And selfishly, she hoped to learn from the students as they made their artistic choices. "The students inspired me and made me laugh every day," she said.