Cast for Much Ado About Nothing Announced

Posted: March 14, 2016

Auditions for our Spring comedy, William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, have been completed and the casting is complete. Congratulations to the cast!

Character Actor
Benedick Grayson Richmond
Beatrice Talia Rossi
Claudio Isaiah Saluta
Hero Lydia Savelli
Don Pedro Nolan Atterbury
Leonato Alejandro Shydlowski
Antonio Nicholas Mansperger
Don John Bobby Houston
Borachio Jack Jensen
Conrade John Chiala
Margaret Jackie Brookins
Ursula Madeline Meyer
Dogberry Jimmy Apffel
Verges Noah Marcel
1st Watch / Friar Francis Evan David
Balthazar / Seacoal Mateo Leano
Messenger / Sexton Orion Cruz
3rd Watch / Boy Ben Hyver
Assistant Directors Joseph Sindelar
Carl Sibley
Stage Manager Daniel Simon


Performances are scheduled for May 13-15 and 19-21.

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