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Much Ado About Nothing
a Romantic Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by William Shakespeare

COMPANY : ACT1 [WEBSITE]
VENUE : ACT1 Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 5499

SHOWING : May 10, 2019 - May 19, 2019

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Beatrice and Benedict rant about marriage for most of the beginning of the play, while Claudio raves about how wonderful it will be being married to Hero. Yet in the end, Claudio exchanges his marriage to Hero for an opportunity to bash her in public, while Beatrice and Benedict marry despite that they were mortal enemies for most of the first three acts. How did the situation swing around to this degree?

Find out for free as ACT1 Theater presents Much Ado About Nothing in Wills Park and ACT1 Theater in May. The May 10th and 11th performances will be held at Alpharetta Arts Center - Black Box Theater. The change means you do not need your own chairs and the theater is not picnic friendly. Sorry. May 18 will still be held at Wills Park Lions Pavilion... bring a picnic basket and chairs and May 19 in the theater.


CAST & CREW LIST
Cast Randy Bampfield
Cast Meagan Graham
Cast Barbara McFann
Cast Jade Rodgers
Cast Paige Steadman
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