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Much Ado About Something! One Song Productions Does It Again, This Time at The ArtsCenter!

As we previously surmised, the One Song Productions performance of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing lived up to our expectations and, in fact, exceeded them! With the largest cast that we’ve seen One Song put on stage yet, they kept the pace moving quickly, the story involving, and the humor rolling. Scene changes are… Read More ›

One Song Productions Sets Shakespeare’s c. 1598-99 Comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” in 1987

Once again the local teenagers banded together as One Song Productions are taking on the challenge of producing quality theater, this time at the The ArtsCenter in Carrboro. In their upcoming modern-dress production of Much Ado About Nothing, several cast members are enrolled in universities, which may enhance the already usually excellent performances that we… Read More ›

Patrick Torres became Raleigh Little Theatre's 14th artistic director in March 2014

New RLT Artistic Director Patrick Torres’ Inaugural Show, “Much Ado About Nothing,” Is a Smash Hit!

Patrick Torres, the new artistic director of Raleigh Little Theatre, told us in the interview below that he wished to continue RLT‘s legacy. His inaugural show, William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, indicates adherence to his words. The complicated story of two couples — one pair a confirmed bachelor and a bachelorette discovering love, the… Read More ›

"Much Ado About Nothing" runs Oct. 27-30 in Durham and Nov. 5, 6, and 10-13 in Raleigh

Bare Theatre Gives William Shakespeare’s Romantic Comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” a Sci-Fi Makeover

“Much Ado About Nothing” is a comedy about love and deception, with one of the greatest love/hate relationships in literature, between Beatrice and Benedick [Olivia Griego and Jeff Aguiar]. The two battle wits as friends and family try to trick them into loving each other.

Depiction of Women in Renaissance Literature | Dec 12

Burning Coal Theatre Company’s 2009/2010 Lobby Lecturers Series continues with Dr. Maureen Quilligan, Duke University R. Florence Brinkley Professor of English.  Dr. Quilligan will speak on “the Depiction of Women in Renaissance Literature” at 6:15 pm on Saturday, December 12, 2010 prior to Burning Coal Theatre Company’s performance of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by William… Read More ›