Much Ado About Nothing

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Terry Edward Moore

Performed at the Fremont Palace

August 26, 1993


September 19, 1993

Words are the weapons and love the ultimate victory in “Much Ado About Nothing,” one of the Bard’s most popular and romantic comedies. The battle of the sexes heats up in Messina as Beatrice and Benedick wage their legendary ‘merry war’ of wits and Hero and Claudio seek love in a world gone wild. Director Terry Edward Moore takes the audience on a swashbuckling joyride set in the ruffled and rugged cavalier period. Can love prevail in a world of dueling soldiers, clowning constables and Shakespearean villains? Find out when “Much Ado About Nothing” takes the center stage August 26-September 19.



Jeff Benham (Scenic Designer), Ted Bernard (Costume Designer), Walter Kilmer (Lighting Designer), Lucy Peckham (Sound Designer), Benjii Bryan Bittle (Assistant Director), Claire Sigman (Production Stage Manager).


Elizabeth Austen (Ursula), Marc E. Browning (Boy), Carl L. Carter (Conrade), Rob Cole (Don John), Anne Marie Cummings (Hero), Bill Johns (Dogberry), Paul Klein (Don Pedro), Cody Landis (Watch), Kevin Lynch (Leonato), Paul T. Mitri (Claudio), Robert Nairn (Antonio/Verges), Jeff Natter (Benedick), Branden Romans (Balthazar/Sexton), Rebecca Ann Rothestein (Margaret), Christopher Shanahan (Watch), Tony Soper (Borachio), Eloise Watt (Beatrice), David Wright (Messenger/Friar/Watch).