Entity Theatre is back with its summer Shakespeare!
The landed gentry around Leonato and Antonio await the end of the war between Don Pedro and his vicious brother, Don John. When Don Pedro returns victorious to Messina, he brings home with him not only the confirmed bachelor, Benedick, but also the eligible young Claudio.
Claudio and Hero, Leonato’s daughter, fall instantly in love with each other and plan an imminent wedding; meanwhile, Leonato’s niece Beatrice resumes her love-hate relationship with
Benedick, trading insults.
Don Pedro is intent on tricking Benedick and Beatrice into publicly confessing their love for each other. At the same time, a bitter Don John and his followers, Borachio and Conrade, deceive Claudio by denouncing Hero as unchaste.
At the altar, Claudio refuses to marry Hero and the party disperses, many believing Hero to have died from the slanderous attack.
Dogberry and his Watchmen are sent to investigate. And, since this is a comedy, the truth is brought to light and there will be a wedding after all. But who will be the bride?
William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, abr. by David Viita & Conny Loder
Directed by Conny Loder & John Yates, produced by Ken Lawler & Peter Heinz.
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Performances: 7-11 & 14-18 July 2021, starting at 19:00h. Shows last approx. 100 minutes.
Free admission. Bring a blanket and a picnic.
Due to the nature of outdoor theatre, we may have to cancel a performance. Please check here for a weather update: 0176 52441735
We will publish important guidelines on how to access the performances in agreement with current hygiene regulations towards the end of June.
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