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Much Ado About Nothing - a great success!

Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare, directed by Carol McNamara, was a great delight and proved that a Shakespeare comedy isn't the hard fare that people imagine if it is approached in the light-hearted vein in which it was written. Audiences loved it, as was proven by our average sales of 84%, and our crowning glory was Jasper, a lovable, well-behaved English Springer Spanial and excellent acting dog! Wit, wickedness, song, dance and a happy end - what more could you want!

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Comment by The Hamburg Players on March 10, 2010 at 9:47
Thanks, Gwen! We started work on it this week - and we are going to have a gorgeous, plush set this time. I have a role, too - Rosalie Otterbourne. Will post on progress! See you soon - at the ceilidh, perhaps? Cheers, Cathy
Comment by British Honorary Consulate on March 9, 2010 at 23:20
I couldn't agree more - the play, acting and doggie were super! I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Am now looking forward to Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Nile" in June.
Gwen

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