In this video from Penn State's School of Theatre production of Twelfth Night, Duke Orsino, hopelessly in love with beautiful Lady Olivia, refuses to do anything and commands his servants to entertain him while he pines away for her. His servant Valentine reminds him that Olivia does not return Orsino’s affections and is mourning her dead brother. She wears a dark veil and swears that no one will see her face nor will she marry for at least seven years. Her vow to stay chaste entices Orsino more. He sulks, desiring only to lie about while dreaming of his love.