Much Ado About Nothing: Shakespearean Comedy Performed by 5 Actors
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The last date listed for Much Ado About Nothing was Sunday May 13, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman, the creators of the Tony Award-winning musical Assassins, turn their attention to the westernization of Japan. This challenging period in Japanese history is told through the story of two friends caught in the inevitable winds of change. Mixing elements of Kabuki theater with the conventions of the Broadway musical, this is one of Sondheim's lesser known works, and a chance to see it performed is a treat. Pacific Overtures is a featured event of the Boston University College of Fine Arts Keyword Initiative, now in its third year. Learn More
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This was one of the most enjoyable evenings at the theatre that I have had in a while. Good energy, good acting. Everything was done with great imagination, and I loved the intimate experience of the studio theatre. I would highly recommend this production--I am thinking of going again this weekend!
Called one of Shakespeare's best works, Much Ado About Nothing casts the serious themes of love, fear of commitment, and jealousy in a sexy, side-splitting comedy about two very different courtships. In this faithful adaptation by director, Daniel Morris, all characters are portrayed by 5 actors, creating a tour de force of quick changes, gender-bending and unexpected surprises.
About the Ticket Supplier: Bad Habit Productions
Bad Habit Productions, Inc. (BHP) is a 501(c)3 theatre dedicated to producing unique theatrical and improvisational experiences within greater Boston. These productions will result from direct collaboration among local artists and will provide much-needed opportunities for members. BHP is committed to furthering the presence of professional theatre in Boston, thereby enriching and inspiring the local arts community.