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Jenny Bennett Set To Helm Titan Theatre Company's MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

Jenny Bennett Set To Helm Titan Theatre Company's MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHINGTitan Theatre Company Managing Director Kevin Beebee announced today the concept, full cast and creative team for Titan Theatre Company's exciting new production of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, Shakespeare's comedic masterpiece. Performances start at Queens Theatre in Flushing Meadows Park on April 6th, 2018, and will run through April 22nd, 2018.

"Audiences have embraced our signature approach to Shakespeare, and we are thrilled to close another successful season by presenting what promises to be a gorgeous, romantic, and hilarious Shakespearean delight." says Beebee. "We've assembled a dynamite cast, and couldn't be happier to have Jenny Bennett leading this production. She is a fantastic director, and we couldn't happier to have her at Titan."

The cast of MUCH ADO will star Titan Alum Molly Thomas as Beatrice, and Titan Artistic Director Lenny Banovez, as Benedick. The production also features Titan Resident Acting Company Members Michael Selkirk as Antonio, Tristan Colton as Don John, Marcus Denard Johnson as Don Pedro. and Alyssa Van Gorder as Ursula. Rounding out the cast are Titan Journeymen Members Lindsay Nance, Andrew Garrett, Analiese Puzon, Sara Ornelas and Guest Artists Jack Cirillo, Carine Montbertand, Ann Flanigan, Mike Lee, Kevin Stanfa, and Evan Wilberg. Adham Haddara and Jake Lesh will understudy.

The production is directed by Jenny Bennett (Classical Theatre of Harlem, The REP Delaware, American Shakespeare Center). The creative team includes Mike Sabourin (Scenic Design) Eric Van Tassell (Lighting Design), Olivia Trees (Costume Design), PJ Ju (Sound Design), and Kris Murphy (Stage Management).

Tickets are currently on sale and can be purchased online at Performances are at Queens Theatre. Queens Theatre is located at 14 United Nations Avenue South in the lovely Flushing Meadows Park, directly under the iconic towers of the New York State Pavilion. They are easily accessible by car, bus and subway. Queens Theatre also provides a free shuttle service from Mets Willets Point 7 Train stop to and from the theatre. For more information, visit


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