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Much Ado About Nothing

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Performed March 16, 17; April 6, 7, 1962, at Whitman Theatre. Cast: Marsh McCandless (Don Pedro); Michael Renner (Don John); Stanley Moore (Claudio); Michael Leibert (Benedick); Nagle Jackson (Leonato); Allan Legge (Antonio); Robert Zimmerman (Musician); Howie Harris (Balthasar); Ned Quistorff (Borachio); Constantine Cokinakis (Conrade); William Ashworth (Frair Francis); Gerald Nelson (Dogberry); Lawrence Davidson (Verges); Tom Siverson (Sexton); Lani Williams (Hero); Phyllis Garrett (Beatrice); Catherine Fultz (Margaret); Wendy Crawford (Urusula); Virginia Arnett (Innogen); Members of the Watch: Steve Immer, Clifford Olin, Robert Juul, Alec McKay; Ladies in Waiting: Natalie Aronow, Susie Bradway; Musicians: Susan Landphere (alto recorder); Peggy McGown (flute); Jim Marshall (bassoon); Stephen Weiser (tenor viola de gamba) Asst. to the Director: Nancy Simon; Choreographer: Mary Stumpf; Asst. Stage Managers: Sue Dewitt, Bea Soss, Joyce Tyson; Costume Mistress: Pat Borg; Set and Costume Construction: John Amos, Pat Borg, Katherine Davis, Lawrence Davidson, Sue Dewitt, Carolyn Doud, Catherine Fultz, Gerald Garrett, James Greer, Susan Kirkpatrick, Terrence Kneebone, Norma Leicester, Linda Marr, Ellen Peterson, Michael Renner, Mary Ann Shannon, Nancy Simon, Laurelee Smith, Donald Starbuck, Edward Swartz, Joyce Tyson, Terryll Vickery, David Weld

Production Year

1961-1962

Production Decades

1960-1969

Playwright

William Shakespeare

Director

Rod Alexander

Set Design

Arlene DuMond

Costume Design

Arlene DuMond

Lighting Design

Robert Hegland, Nancy Simon

Props Design

Carolyn Doud

Stage Manager

Catherine Lindsay

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