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Much Ado About Nothing
PRICE: $20-40

Tickets are $25 (seniors), $35 (general admission).

Located in Manhattan
Gene Frankel Theatre
24 Bond St, New York, NY 10012
Fri, Jun 21st 7:30pm
Sat, Jun 22nd 7:30pm
Sun, Jun 23rd 3:00pm
Wed, Jun 26th 7:30pm
Thu, Jun 27th 7:30pm
Fri, Jun 28th 7:30pm
Sat, Jun 29th 7:30pm
Sun, Jun 30th 3:00pm
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Shakespeare’s tragic comedy Much Ado About Nothing is a Merry War. The courtship of Hero and Claudio, mostly in verse, contrasting with the witty sparring of Benedick and Beatrice, mainly in prose, creates the dramatic action of the story. Hero’s honor tainted by rumor rescued by truth is the plot, the story is more about playful flirting, sexual innuendo, and funny comic relief characters. It could be called The Law against Lovers. Ending in a double wedding what could be more fun than laughing at our soul’s desire for love and affection.

Set in 1940’s Italy, one is reminded of the hot Italian lover and his pension for the promiscuous. Much Ado About Nothing is a feel-good comedy about honor, love, sex and just plain fun!

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Thomas G. Waites
Presented by Faith American Brewing Company and Kelsey Grammer

Several roles will be shared between a rotating cast of actors including Aislinn Evans and Kaitlyn Mitchell as Beatrice, Artur Ignatenko and Jake Minevich as Benedick and Jordan Elizabeth Gelber and Stephanie Londoño as Hero. In addition, the cast features Dillon John Collins (Claudio), Jacque Coqueran (Don Pedro), Gilbert Cole (Leonato), Surge (Don John), Breanna Neomi (Margaret), Matt Ugly Mc Glade (Borachio), Arnie Mazur (Dogberry), John Galligan (Verges), Luis Guillen (Antonio), Bettina Schwabe (Ursula), Brandon Thomas Lima (Conrade), David Manganiello (Sexton), and Cedric Allen Hills (Balthazar).

The production features original music and score by Cedric Allen Hills, scenic design by award winning designer Elle Kunnos de Voss. Stage management by Thomas Bradvica.

Performances run June 7 – 30 with performances Wednesday – Saturday at 7:30pm and Sundays at 3pm. Running time: 2 hours with a 10-minute intermission.

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