William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing
November 12-November 21, 2015
Admission—Adults: $12 - Students/Seniors: $10 - Children: $8
Love and Betrayal. In family or romantic relationships, the two often seem to follow one another in close succession.
Much Ado about Nothing explores the joy and heartache of love, and it reveals the shock of betrayal, which in this case affects the entire community. On its journey through misunderstanding and deception, Much Ado alternates between hilarity and horror. By play’s end, however, the turmoil is exposed as being “Much Ado about Nothing,” and we arrive at a happy reconciliation. Disaster is averted; order and harmony are restored, and all is well in the world.
Much Ado is a play for everyone. It is hard not to love it. To quote schmoop.com, “Not liking Much Ado is like not liking to watch videos of baby animals, lie in the grass on a warm day, or read Calvin and Hobbes. It categorically cannot be done.”
Thursday, Nov. 12 - 10:30 am
Friday, Nov. 13 - 7 pm
Saturday, Nov. 14 - 7 pm
Thursday, Nov. 19 - 7 pm
Friday, Nov. 20 - 7 pm
Saturday, Nov. 21 - 7 pm
Arsenic & Old Lace
March 10-March 20, 2016
Admission—Adults: $12 - Students/Seniors: $10
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Thursday, Mar. 10 - 10:30 am
Friday, Mar. 11 - 7 pm
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Thursday, Mar. 17 - 7 pm
Friday, Mar. 18 - 7 pm
Saturday, Mar. 19 - 7 pm
Theatre Camp 2016
July 18 – 30, 2016
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