Much Ado about Nothing

Snowglobe Theatre

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Shakespeare's classic comedy featuring the famous bickering couple Beatrice & Benedick, this tale of love and deceit is a mirror up to our own natures as mistaken offence and pride lead to calamity in the town of Messina. With the villain Don John sowing discord amongst our heroes, the success of failure of a noble marriage may hinge on the honest efforts of the local constables.

Snowglobe Theatre is also proud to announce a special partnership with Montreal's own "The Bombadils", who will be performing original live music during our production of Much Ado.

Crew
Producers: Sandra D’Angelo, Edward Cohen, Peter Giser
Director: Peter Giser
Assistant Director: Edward Cohen
Stage Manager: Nadia Madzarac

Cast:
Samantha Bitonti
Skyler Clark
Edward Cohen
Simon Coté
Keir Cutler
Sandra D’Angelo
James Finlay Fraser
David Hudon
Scott Kettles
Lars Lih
Adrian MacDonald
France Maurice
Rodrigo Monardes Marin
Nils Svensson-Carell
Sarah Trottier
Michael Vidde

Ticket Price
In Advance Regular: $20
In Advance Student/ Seniors: $15
At the door Regular: $25
At the door Student/ Seniors: $20

For reduced price ticket sales, please call MainLine Theatre at 514-849-3378.

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Thursday 26 January 2017 / 20:00
  • Friday 27 January 2017 / 20:00
  • Saturday 28 January 2017 / 20:00
  • Sunday 29 January 2017 / 14:00

160 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 13+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 160 minutes

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