Summer Festival MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Claudio (Eugene H. Russell IV, from left) and Hero (Ann Marie Gideon) are urged to seal their affection with a kiss by Beatrice (Courtney Patterson). (Bill DeLoach Photography)
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Richard Garner
Now - August 4
"...a refreshing elixir in a hot summer season..."
"...another comedic triumph."
- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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Infidelity, trickery and a faked death - this love story has it all!
On the steamy hillsides of Sicily, all is fair in love and war. Passions ignite when the governor of Messina opens his home – and that of his daughter and his niece - to a group of soldiers returning from the front. Romances are born, tricks are played, and even the stubborn rivals Beatrice and Benedick succumb to their desires. The road to love proves a hilly one, filled with ups and downs, and not without a few laughs along the way. Courtney Patterson and Joe Knezevich appear as lovers Beatrice and Benedick opposite Ann Marie Gideon and Eugene H. Russell IV as Hero and Claudio.
*Appropriate for ages 8 and up
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Pictured: The cast of All's Well That Ends Well. (Bill DeLoach)