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If you don't want to deal with the complexities of Downtown Oak Park parking, try parking on Forest Avenue north of Ontario, You'll have to enter from the north, but there are always spaces between Ontario and Chicago.
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The weather was cold, but clear.. I wore a sweater, two sweatshirts and a blanket. .
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"Much Ado About Nothing"
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attended Jul 12 2008

I especially liked the actress who played Beatrice. But there were several pauses in the dialog that seemed like the actors were trying to remember their lines. On balance, though, it was enjoyable.

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War ends and the confirmed bachelor Benedick returns with his regiment to civilian life, where he and a brilliant young woman named Beatrice must now declare war upon each other — and their true emotions. Armed with a full artillery of words and wit, the two exchange rapid fire — until their friends decide it’s time that both are felled by Cupid’s arrow.

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Jack Hickey.

Starring Katie Jeep, Kevin Theis, Brianne Wilson, Steve Lenz

Jack Hickey (director): This is Jack’s sixth year as Artistic Director of Oak Park Festival Theatre and directed The Comedy of Errors and As You Like It in the park. As an actor, Jack was last seen as John Douglas in last spring’s Murder by the Book. He has acted with many companies throughout the city. Favorite roles include Andrew McNair in 1776, the role of R. Buckminster Fuller in a one-man show entitled R. Buckminster Fuller: The History and Mystery of the Universe, and Ko Ko in The Mikado.