One group of actors are on a mission to change the way people think of Shakespeare, bringing and Aussie, comedic, contemporary twist on the play to a pub near you.
Jarryd Dobson, who plays the role of Malvolio in their version of Twelfth Night, said the show was intended as a bit of fun.
"We rehearsed the show in a pub, so naturally it makes sense to set it in a pub," he said.
"It enables us to make contemporary references and makes it really accessible to the audience, we introduce pub songs as well and all sorts of jesting around without getting kicked out by security."
Dobson said despite rehearsing, a large part of the performance was impromptu.
"Rehearsal was really efficient and enjoyable, it only took us three and a half weeks to get the show on its feet and in front of an audience," he said.
"But every show is always different with fresh ideas, it's really informed by the audience and has gotten to that great point where we go off script and interact with what's in front of us."
The 400 year old play has been morphed into a plot of twin mix-ups, love and all sorts of ambitions, some of which succeed and some of which do not.
"It's a pleasure to put on the show and have the audience involved, they can order food and drinks while we're performing, we totally welcome heckling so we just bounce off their energy, the more interaction the better," Dobson said.
His first time in Wagga, the actor said the regional location would come as a breath of fresh air.
"I only moved to Sydney four months ago from outside of Perth and I'm honoured to come to Wagga," he said.
"It will be nice to be in less of a concrete jungle again."
Twelfth Night will be held at Romano's this Sunday as part of Bar'd Work's Shakesbeer Sessions regional tour.