Much Ado About Nothing,   October, 2017
by William Shakespeare Costumes by Robert Lunde
adapted and directed by Chris Rohmann Set design by Konrad Rogowski

Lord-of-the-Manor Leonato (Dana T. Ring) tells his daughter Hero (Amanda Marschall) and his niece Beatrice (Karen Balaska) that Don Pedro and his troops are coming to visit.  Hero is excited at the news, but Beatrice has always held Pedro's second-in-command Benedict in very low esteem. The company makes a grand entrance and is warmly welcomed.  L-R: Borachio (Paul Tafoya), Conrade (Becky Schoenfeld), Don John (Tim Reilly), Ursula (Kelly Seip), Claudio (Tim Hebert), Margaret (Nicole Murray), Benedict (Rob Lunde), Don Pedro (Tyler Wolfson), and Leonato.
The constabulary, such as it is: Verges (Mark Proulx), Otecake (Joshua Prouser),
and Dogberry (Shaun O'Keefe).
Like all good Shakespeare comedies, there's a wedding (or IS there?),
presided over by the Friar (Hal Chernoff), center.
Various costume shots:
With the bad guys punished and true love declared, there's a double wedding—and everybody dances!

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