MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Opens At The Warehouse Theatre

The Warehouse Theatre continues its 44th Main Stage Season with the William Shakespeare comedy, Much Ado About Nothing. The play will run April 20th through May 5th.

The play centers on the foibles of two pairs of lovers, Beatrice and Benedick and Claudio and Hero. Obstacles revolve around the union of two young lovers Claudio and Hero, but the real main event is the hilarious and biting love-hate relationship of Beatrice and Benedick, featuring the "merry war" of the sexes. Benedick thinks he hates Beatrice, but really loves her. Beatrice thinks she hates Benedick, but really loves him. The first act is pure delight as Beatrice and Benedick's friends and family conspire to get the two together, and the second act finds them united in trying to clear the names of Claudio and Hero, who have been slandered by a jealous rival.

Anne Kelly Tromsness, longtime Warehouse collaborator (director Boeing Boeing, Othello) is directing the play, setting it in 1940's era Hollywood.

Tickets are $35 for General Admission and $40 for Reserved Seating. Tickets can be purchased at www.WarehouseTheatre.com or by calling 864-235-6948.

The Warehouse's usual discount ticketing programs apply for this show with I Pay What I Can on Sunday, April 22nd at 3:00pm and Blue Star Theatre discounts for veterans and active military applying throughout the run.

The show features familiar Warehouse faces Thomas Azar (Angels in America, In the Next Room) David Bean (Boeing Boeing, Richard III), Tim Brosnan (A Child's Christmas in Wales), Burke Brown (All My Sons), Amy M. Dunlap (Les Liaisons Dangereuses), Angelina Mussro (Uncle Vanya, Romeo & Juliet), Christopher Paul Smith (The Flick, Spring Awakening) Jayce T. Tromsness (Eurydice), and newcomers Nakeisha Daniel and Shelli Delgado.

About The Warehouse Theatre

The Warehouse Theatre is a professional live theatre dedicated to theatre as a serious art form; to high-quality, diverse and challenging productions; to training theatre professionals; to community outreach; and to education. The Warehouse Theatre is recognized as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. More information including our community forums, ticket purchasing and donating can be found at www.WarehouseTheatre.com.




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