Set in the modern day financial sector, Twelfth Night: Wall Street highlights the current gender bias and power-play in the American work place. When the young Viola takes a job at the financial firm Orsino and Partners, she quickly finds that in order to move up the corporate ladder, she needs to dress as a man. Meanwhile her tough boss Orsino is intent on wooing the business of a major fashion client, Olivia and Co., at whatever cost. Their world turns topsy-turvy as the fashion heiress, Olivia, falls in love with the young analyst in disguise, and Olivia's pesky relatives come to Occupy Wall Street. Twelfth Night: Wall Street is a play full of camp, satire, and serious money.