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by William Shakespeare

The Lipkin Theatre

April 13, 14 & 15 at 7:30 PM

April 16 at 2:00 PM

Directed by: Bill Mutimer

About the Show

The play revolves around two romantic pairings that emerge when a group of soldiers arrive in the town. The first, between Claudio and Hero, is nearly ended by the accusations of the villain, Don John. The second romance, between Claudio's friend Benedick and Hero's cousin Beatrice, takes center stage as the play goes on, with both characters' wit and banter providing much of the humor.

Through "nothing" meaning gossip, rumor, overhearing, Benedick and Beatrice are tricked into confessing their love for each other, and Claudio is tricked into believing that Hero is not a virgin. The title's play on words references the secrets and trickery that are the backbone of the play's comedy, intrigue, and action.


Leonato – Christopher Gibbs

Hero, his daughter – Lydia Walker

Beatrice, his niece – Tatiana Torres

Margaret – Jacqueline Fedonvszak

Ursula – Meghan Lawler

Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon – Sage Eugene Buie

Count Claudio, a young lord from Florence – Michael J Sheridan

Signior Benedick, a gentleman from Padua – Justin Fenner

Balthasar – Max Wetherhold

Antonio – Travis Nugent

Don John, Don Pedro’s Brother – Daniel Sottile

Borachio – Justin Ferguson

Conrade – Isaiah Elleby

Isabella, Leonato’s Sister – Morgan Flagg-Detwiller

Dogberry, Master Constable in Messina --- Buster Page

Verges, Dogberry’s partner – Andy Van Antwarp

George Seacoal, leader of the Watch – Colleen Popper

First Watchman – Brody Baron

Second Watchman – Mina Price

Third Watchman – Elle Podwats

Four Watchman – Amber Smith

Fifth Watchman – Jadean Nicholas

Sexton – Connor Sternberg

Friar Francis – Kevin Gaughenbaugh

Messenger to Leonato – Melissa Munroe

Messenger to Don Pedro – Britney Preston

Boy – Alden Detwiller

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