By William Shakespeare
Cantey V. Sutton Theatre (Reserved seating)
February 13 - March 1, 2015
Director: Patrick Torres, RLT's new Artistic Director
Media sponsor is North Carolina Public Radio WUNC|
Opening night is sponsored by Crescent Cameron Village|
CVNC review: In the hands of director Torres and his capable cast, the text is accessible, the content is relevant, and the plot is entertaining. Audiences of Shakespeare enthusiasts and novices alike will find Much Ado About Nothing a treat this season at Raleigh Little Theatre. Read the complete review.
Comedy. Beatrice and Benedick disdain love and each other - which makes them a perfect match. If they can't see how much they belong together, perhaps they can be tricked into it. Or maybe the villain Don John will succeed in destroying the marriage between the young lovers, Claudio and Hero, and poison everyone's faith in love. Themes of honor, shame, and politics collide in Shakespeare's comedic look at how we love.
Part of Wherefore: Shakespeare in Raleigh, a celebration of the lasting impact and timeless popularity of Shakespeare.
Tickets available now. Buy them online or from the box office at 919-821-3111.
Discounts available for groups of 20 or more. Please contact the box office for more information.
Ticket prices (including taxes):
First Sunday: $13 for all
Note: Students are up to and including college. Seniors are age 62 and up.
Shows are February 13 - March 1, 2015.
Location: Cantey V. Sutton Theatre
Click the show time to order tickets for that show.
* Join us after the opening night performance for a wine and cheese reception in the lobby where you can meet the cast. All opening night ticket holders are welcome.
† This show is primarily for school groups and not initially made available to the general public, however remaining seats may become available as we get closer to the dates.
- Don Pedro: Scott Nagel
- Don John: Nicholas Popio
- Claudio: Stephen Eckert
- Benedick: Lucius Robinson
- Beatrice: Katherine Barron
- Hero: Sarah Beth Short
- Leonato: Jim O’Brien
- Balthasar/First Watchman: William Cannon
- Conrade: Jason Tyne-Zimmerman
- Borachio: Daniel Doyle
- Friar Francis: Chris Brown
- Dogberry: Doug Kapp
- Verges: Fred Corlett
- Messenger/Second Watchman: Dallin Yost
- Margaret: Emily Compton
- Ursula: Elaine Petrone
- Third Watchman/Ensemble: Oscar Sindemark
- Sexton/Ensemble: Aliana Ramos
- Ensemble: Hannah Vann and Riley Watson
For more information, please contact the RLT Box Office on 919-821-3111.
All performances are wheelchair accessible.
Assistive listening devices are available for all performances.
Audio description for those with visual disabilities. The Sunday, February 22, 3:00pm performance will be described.
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