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Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

Directed by Amy Dunlap

February 12-21, 2015 | 7:30pm | Billingsley Theatre

Much Ado About Nothing
This Shakespearean comedy (generally regarded as one of the Bard’s best) combines elements of robust hilarity with more serious meditations on honor, shame, and court politics.  By means of rumor and gossip, the play’s lovers are thrown amiss due to the nefarious plans of the prince’s brother. The other characters must endeavor to reunite the two couples before the play’s end, much to the delight of the audience and the lover’s chagrin. “For which of my bad parts didst thou first fall in love with me?”





NGU faculty/student news!

  • Amy Dunlap, Assistant Professor of Acting, took a week-long intensive in the Michael Chekhov technique at Kent State University this summer.
  • Dr Dale Savidge, Professor of Theatre, took classes in drama therapy toward his Registered Drama Therapits crendentials. He studied at Kansas State University, in New York City, and Tampa FL.
  • Bess Park took classes in movement and dance in Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Taylor Broyles, Senior Design/Tech, was Master Carpenter at Shenandoah Theatre all summer.
  • Josh O'Brien, Senior Performance, had roles in the Upstate Shakespeare Festival.
  • Rachel Evers, Senior Applied Theatre, interned with an ADHD group through Still Wind Counseling Center; she also worked with Spectrum theatre group for autism.
  • Katy Hiott, Senior Performance, worked at the Atlanta Shakespeare Company all summer.
  • John Carino, Junior Musical Theatre, interned at Theatre 99 in Charleston, SC all summer.