Join us for a one-night-only, after-dark performance of Much Ado About Nothing.  Come early at 8 PM to claim your spot and grab food.  The performance starts at 10:00 PM.

The war has ended, and the victorious Don Pedro, with his officers Benedick and Claudio, visits Leonato, Duke of Messina, father of Hero and uncle to Beatrice. Claudio falls in love with Hero and they agree to marry. 

Beatrice and Benedick, who despise love, mercilessly tease and insult one another and deny they will ever marry anyone, let alone one another. The others plot to make them fall in love with each other, by tricking Benedick to overhear his friends talking of Beatrice's supposed love for him, and vice versa.

Meanwhile, Don John, Pedro's illegitimate brother, sets into being a plot to convince Claudio that he has witnessed Hero in a compromising situation with John's follower, Borachio, on the night before their wedding day - in fact it is her maid, Margaret, with Borachio. Claudio denounces Hero during the ceremony. Hero faints and on the advice of Friar Frances, who is convinced of her innocence, Leonato announces that 

Hero has died. Beatrice demands that Benedick should kill Claudio.
Join us at Shakespeare On The Green this summer to see how the story plays out.

Susan Baer Collins  Director
Jessica Thompson  Scenic Designer
Lindsay Pape  Costume Designer
David Krupla Lighting Designer
Molly Welsh  Sound Designer
Caroline Velez  Properties Master

Kevin Barratt  Leonato 
Katie Becker Colón  Ursula 
Sarah Carlson-Brown  Beatrice
Vincent Carlson-Brown  Don John 
Hannah Clark  The Sexton, Ensemble 
Ezra Colón  Borachio 
Raydell Cordell III  Watch, Messenger, Ensemble 
Kat Cordes  Constanze
Russell Daniels  Dogberry
Mallory Freilich  Watch, Ensemble
Konrad Case  Claudio
Julie Huff  Abbess Frances, Ensemble
Anna Jordan  Watch, Ensemble 
Jen Klink  Margaret 
Moira Mangiameli  Antonia
Mark Mazzarella  Balthasar
Matthew Olsen  Don Pedro
Eric Parks  Benedick
Bianca Phipps  Hero
Cork Ramer  Verges