Much Ado About Nothing

August 22-24, 28-31, Sept. 1, 2014

 

Robert Cotton Park, Stratford

 

 

Written by: William Shakespeare

 

Director: Richard Haines

 

Producer: Terry Pratt

Stage Manager: Sharon MacDonald

Assistant Stage Manager: Alexander Cairns

Costumes: Pam Jewell, Hélène LaPalme

Properties Mistress: Sharon MacDonald

Graphics Designer: Christina Gaudet

Photographer: Bunty McCabe Albert

Music Composer: Carl Mathis

Publicists: Keir Malone, Justin Shaw

Front of House: Marla Haines

Crew: Cyril Armstrong, Clancey Beagan, Alex Cairns, Gerry Gray, Katie Hunter, Rob Thomson and other members of the Production Team

Cast

Leonato: Terry Pratt

Messenger: Mireille Poirier

Beatrice: Olivia Barnes

Don Pedro: Keir Malone

Benedick: Adam Gauthier

Don John: Robert Crossley

Claudio: Patrick Jeffrey

Courade: Richard Haines

Borachio: Alex Johnston

Imogen: Ellen Carol

Hero: Alexandra MacDonald

Margaret: Amanda Rae Gallant

Ursula: Catherine MacDonald

Dogberry: Tim Wartman

Verges: Danny Wartman

1st Watchman: Sylvia Forsythe

2nd Watchman: Eden McFadden

Friar Francis: Alex Arsenault

Sexton: Marla Haines

Lady: Shailey Letford

People of Messina: Sharon MacLeod, Afton Mondoux

This was the third in a series of ‘Shakespeare in the park’ productions, presented on the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth. The original vision of the play followed a great battle and director Richard Haines envisioned ACT’s production taking place in the aftermath of World War I (it being the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of that terrible conflict. Once again, ACT had marvellous cooperation from the Town of Stratford and Robert Cotton Park staff. In addition, Nova Scotia Tattoo, Mayflower Seniors Club, Trinity United Church, and Jewell’s Country Garden all made significant contributions to the project.

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