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Much Ado About Nothing
- by William Shakespeare
- directed by Catherine Weidner
It’s summer in Italy, and the spirit of mischief runs amok in this quick-witted comedy of mistaken identities. On the eve of Hero’s wedding to Claudio, the feisty Beatrice and the sworn-bachelor Benedick are tricked into falling in love. When an evil plot is hatched to disgrace them all, it takes a bumbling constable and his humble assistant to save the day.
This production of Shakespeare’s celebrated comedy features members of DePaul School of Music’s Classical Guitar Ensemble.
- February 03, 2011 - February 12, 2011
- Previews : 2/3
- DEPAUL'S MERLE RESKIN THEATRE
- (312) 922-1999
- The cast features
Jacob Abbas (Borachio), Camden Brown (Dogberry), Gemma Clarke (Hero), Celeste M. Cooper (Ursula / Sexton), Brian Crawford (Leonato), David Daniels (Benedick), James Gasber (Claudio), Brittani Green (Beatrice), Kaitlyn Griggs (Mother Frances / Eugenie Oatcake), Alex Hardaway (Balthasar), Max Koch (Antonio / George Seacoal), Michael McKeogh (Don Pedro), Leah Raidt (Margaret), Colin Sphar (Don John), and Margaret Tonra (Verges).
The production team includes scenic design by Toni Kendrick,costume design by Carmen Briwa,lighting design by Jake Kvanbeck,sound design by Jeff Gary,vocal coaching by Phil Timberlake,dramaturgy by Tiffany Wilson,and stage management by Brent Beavers.