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MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING to Play Abbott's Mill This May

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING to Play Abbott's Mill This May

Abbott's Mill and The Second Street Players present Much A Do About Nothing by William Shakespeare, May 20th & May 21st 3pm at Abbott's Mill Nature Center, Milford, Delaware. Romance and deception intertwine between two couples in one of Shakespeare's best known comedies.

The Princess of Aragon, Dona Petra, and her followers visit the estate of the Governess, Leonada, after a small war against her half-brother, Don John, who has reluctantly joined her. It's love at first sight when a young soldier, Claudio, falls in love with Leonada's daughter, Hero. In time they pledge their love for one another and decide to marry. Meanwhile, Benedick and Beatrice resume the war of witty insults that they have carried on with each other in the past. Seeing this the Princess, Leonada, Claudio, and Hero decide to play a game and get Benedick and Beatrice to stop arguing and fall in love with each other, but Don John decides he wants to disrupt everyone's happiness and with help from his companions try to disgrace Leonada's family and dishonor Dona Petra and Count Claudio. Will Don John succeed in his plan? Will true love prevail? Come and see Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing?" Presented by Abbott's Mill Nature Center in co-operation with Second Street Players, Saturday, May 20th and Sunday, May 21st at 3:00pm at Abbott's Mill Nature Center in Milford, Delaware. This will be an outdoor production to show off the natural beauty of Abbott's Mill. So, bring a picnic and blanket and join us for some Shakespeare at the Mill.

Director Michael Forrest and a talented cast of actors bring this Shakespearian classic to Abbott's Mill. In the style of Shakespeare in the park come enjoy a fun performance under the canopy that's Abbots Mill.

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