What happens when an icon dies? It's not just people that pass away, or buildings that get demolished... ideas can be weathered away by time. Twelfth Night, as it was celebrated in England for centuries - as Shakespeare knew it when he wrote his comedy (not) about the iconic revel - is but a ghost of its former self. But that's the thing. If an idea is big enough, and lucky enough, it can still persist in the strangest places, finding its way into people's lives with anyone even realizing it.