About Minnesota Fringe

There is one big thing that makes Fringe different from any other event in town: All the shows you'll see at Fringe were selected randomly by lottery.

Yep. That's right. Each year the lineup is crafted by placing numbered ping-pong balls into a bingo cage and drawing them out, one by one. From stage veterans to people who are brand new to theater, Minnesota Fringe is a forum for anyone with a story to tell. We also provide the necessary support to make producing a show as easy as possible, regardless of where you land on the artistic spectrum.

Anyone (yes, anyone) can apply to have a show in the festival. If you'd like to have a show in our next festival, applications will go live in November here on our website. Sign up for our newsletter to receive a reminder as well as information about other theater events happening around town.

The mission of the Minnesota Fringe is to promote creative freedom and diversity of artistic expression by linking adventurous artists with adventurous audiences. Thank you for joining in this adventure!

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Showtimes

Shows start and end on time at Fringe. With 850 performances of 167 shows in just 11 days, we have to run a tight schedule to avoid descending into chaos. Performances are no more than 60 minutes long with a half hour between each show.

On weekdays shows begin at 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm and 10pm. On weekends there are additional shows at 1pm, 2:30pm and 4pm.

Late seating: There is NO LATE SEATING at Minnesota Fringe. In addition to keeping our schedule, late seating is a safety issue for artists and audiences.

Safety for artists: Some of our theaters require that patrons walk across parts of the stage to reach the seating area, and many of our production companies’ stage work encompasses entrances and exits from the house.

Safety for audiences: Entering a darkened theater, possibly for the first time, and trying to find open seats puts patrons and volunteers at unnecessary risk.

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Fringe Central

Fringe Central, sponsored by Surly Brewing and hosted by Grumpy's Bar & Grill - Downtown, serves as the late-night watering hole for artists, staff, volunteers and audience members alike. Come in after a day full of shows to grab a beer and some bar food. Talk about what you loved and what you didn’t. Meet the artists behind the scenes and actors on the stage. Find out what you should see tomorrow or dream up your own idea for next year. You never know what will happen during Fringe, but dropping by Fringe Central gives you a serious head start.

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What to Wear

Shorts and a t-shirt. Seriously. Also, a pair of comfy shoes will serve you well in case you have to wait in line. Pro tip: Most Fringe shows take place indoors in air-conditioned venues, so having a layer to throw on in case you get chilly is also advisable.

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Choosing a Show

With 850 performances of 167 shows, it's scandalous to see just one. But how to choose the perfect lineup?

Search by genre: You can filter for genres when trying to decide what to see.

Talk to people: It only sounds scary. Just look for the folks in lanyards. Lanyards are worn by Fringe artists and there are at least a thousand of them dying to tell you about their show.

Read and write reviews: See what audiences are raving about on our audience review page, then return the favor and let others know what you thought.

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Get Involved

Fringe isn't just a festival - it's a community, and it couldn't exist without people like you.

Create: Applications for the 2018 festival will go live mid-November on this website. Fringe is open to everyone, all shows are selected by lottery, and you don't even need to have a show ready when you apply.

Attend: Thanks to the new day pass system, attending Fringe is easier and cheaper than ever.

Volunteer: Our 400+ volunteers are near and dear to our hearts and make our festival go, so we shower them with lots of love and complimentary seats! Sign up for a shift now!

Socialize: Join us any night of the festival at our official hangout, Fringe Central sponsored by Surly Brewing and hosted by Grumpy's Bar & Grill - Downtown, for a beer, a burger and maybe even some late-night shenanigans.

Support: Help us create Minnesota's Summer Theater Crawl by donating to or sponsoring our annual festival. Gifts of any size make a large contribution to our ability to meet our mission.

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Box Office Info

Pass + Token = Your Admission

Everyone needs a valid pass to see a show. In addition to your pass, you will receive a token at the venue which guarantees you a seat. Turn in your token to the usher when you enter the theater.

More information about passes and policies here.

Reservations

Optional reservations guarantee a seat for a particular performance and can be purchased online in advance. You must also have a valid to get in. Day passes can be bought online with a reservation to save time, and can be picked up at the venue box office 30 minutes before the performance.

More information about reservations here.

Rules

For everyone's safety, Fringe does not allow late seating or re-admission. Photos and video are prohibited without written permission from the production staff. Fringe cannot provide refunds or exchanges.

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Much Ado About Nothing (as told by Dogberry and Verges)

By Rough Magic Performance Company
Written by William Shakespeare (mostly)

Playing at Jungle Theater

Shakespeare's classic comedy of love/hate relationships made modern by 6 women and 2 puppets. A hilarious and moving tale of love, jealousy, trickery, and redemption with a fresh and feminist perspective.

The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 12-15 and up

 

Sun, 8/6 @ 1:00pm
 

 

Mon, 8/7 @ 10:00pm
 

 

Fri, 8/11 @ 5:30pm
 

 

Sun, 8/13 @ 5:30pm
ASL interpreted

* Reservations not required, but a Day Pass is. Find out more below.

Ticket Options

Day Passes are $16 on weekdays; $22 on weekends. Day Passes serve as entry to any show in the festival on a given day. Optional reservations to guarantee a seat for a particular performance are available by clicking the "reserve" button above. Day Passes can be purchased in advance with a reservation or at any venue box office during the festival.

Weekdays 1pm-3pm and Weekends 11am-1pm we'll also open an Alternative Box Office at Fringe Central so you can grab a Day Pass and skip the lines at the venue before the show.

Day Passes for kids 12 and under are available at any box office during the festival just $5 every day.

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Good stuff and

by Janis Emily Peabody on August 16, 2017
This user has reviewed 48 shows

Shakespeare is always good for you and what a treat when it is put together with so much fun.


Strong Acting - Hilarious adaptation

by Hillary Olson on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 15 shows

Awesome performances from the whole cast. If you have time don't miss their last performance tomorrow! You won't regret it. 👌


Much Ado in 60 Minutes

by Tim Perfect on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

I was also a bit disappointed this wasn't more in the vein of Stoppard's "R&G are Dead", but it was a very charming show. The soft open was hilarious, and extra-special kudos to Dogberry for shutting down the heckler! That was absolutely brilliant. Sara Richardson's physicality and delivery as Verges/Borachio was a highlight, as was Elise Langer's Margaret. The puppetry was very engaging - Taj Ruler's portrayal as Claudio was elevated by that simple choice of clearing his throat. Overall, I wish more time could have been taken to use Shakespeare's language more, but given the 60 minute time frame, I think it deserves a pass. Well done, Rough Magic! You won't be disappointed if you go see the final performance on Sunday at 5:30pm.


Excellent Adaptation!

by Justin DeLong on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 20 shows

I was a little disappointed that this wasn't a two-hander as the title implies, but I was impressed at the cutting of this classic play. The actor portraying Verges/Borrachio especially stands out, but the whole ensemble shines and are masters (mistresses?) of timing.
Fans of and strangers to Shakespeare alike will love this show.


Loved it

by David Lee on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 2 shows

I really enjoyed this show. Rough Magic surprises at every turn; who thought this old beloved work could feel so fresh? You should go!


Where is the 6-star button?

by Pj Doyle on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 12 shows

From before the Fringe announcement to the roaring applause at the end, this was superb entertainment. The combo of Fringe humor with really well done Shakespearean interpretation was great. Loved every minute. Have already called non-Fringe friends and told them to get their butts over to Jungle for the last show!


What a blast!

by Corrie Fiedler on August 12, 2017
This user has reviewed 43 shows

I find that my contemporaries (baby boomers) tend to be far more aware of Shakespeare's oeuvre than I am. The stars are for creativity and great acting. I wish I had read Cliff's Notes beforehand, since much of the story and my appreciation of it were lost on me.


A fine quirky take a Bard favorite

by Phil Carlson on August 11, 2017
This user has reviewed 5 shows

Much Ado gets an original telling by this fine troupe. Great comic timing, convincing acting, original setting and creative props and costumes. Shakespeare is milked for all its silliness. Not sure why puppets were used, not real warm as characters. But kudos for some original stagecraft and interpretation. I will want to see more from this company.


Run to the Jungle!

by Stanzi Schalter on August 11, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

Smart, specific performances all the way around, and terrific audience connection. Don't miss this one!


Yes yes yes

by Emily Zimmer on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 1 show

This improvised frame of this play was pure genius. The whole thing was a delicious blitz of comic bits. So glad I've seen Much Ado done just the way this group did it. Fantastic creative team.

1 person found this review helpful


Oh, yes.

by Air Force on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 4 shows

So. Damn. Funny. Go see it. Warning: you will leave with 6 new theatre crushes.

1 person found this review helpful


Great!!

by Austin Robinson-Coolidge on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 37 shows

Funny, clear, tightly written, and beautifully performed. Just an excellent show!


An absolute romp

by Robbye Lewis on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

This is one of the most delightful productions I have ever seen, fringe and beyond! Dogs berry and Verges are hilarious in all their guises. The rest of the cast are wonderful also and handle the material with skill. I cannot be too enthusiastic in recommending this show.


Funny and Feminist

by Emma Kiel on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 2 shows

I fell in love with each actor at different times - they were hilarious but also true and sincere in the rare serious moments. It didn't feel like an hour - I wish I could see a full length production! Definitely a must-see.


Just plain brilliant

by Nat Case on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

Great comic timing, impressive use of costume changes and simple staging tricks, and enough places where the actors just stand back and let Shakespeare's most crackling wit ride to the front of the show. Beatrice and Benedick are roles that attract star turns from Great Actors... these are good actors, and they know enough not to showboat. The result is the rest of the cast shows how funny the rest of the play is. Oddly, the Dogberry and Verges bit from the play ends up being a little flat. "Write me down an ass" is usually one of the funniest lines in the play, because Dogberry usually acts it so histrionically. Here it's almost a throwaway. And the six players cram the story very effectively into an hour. The opening bit is very funny.


Outstanding, my favorite show so far

by Naomi Kritzer on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 4 shows

This was terrific: mostly just a very well-done creative performance of a condensed Much Ado, but with some additional weirdness woven in. I brought three younger teens who'd never seen Much Ado (I gave them a very short plot summary of the play before we walked over) and they all loved it; they were theater geeks who connected really strongly with the theater-geek jokes in the opening, and that sold them on the rest. The performers in this really were what made it work: they were awesome.

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Wonderful

by Sara Robinson-Coolidge on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 49 shows

This isn't a Shakespeare play that I was familiar with before entering the theater. The actors made this shortened version very clear, engaging, and lough-out-loud funny.


Go

by Faith Kern on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 2 shows

'Twas quite good. I would recommend. I laughed a lot and the acting was great!


Fun, but confusing

by Derek Reise on August 9, 2017
This user has reviewed 7 shows

The preshow bit was creative and funny, but once the adaptation began, the show slowed down. The performers were great. I just did not understand or appreciate some of the choices in this interpretation, including the puppets and transition back and forth to the Fringe "volunteers."


So Funny

by Alicia Tatley on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

I loved this show. Especially the fringe volunteers!


Fantastic!!!

by Caroline Toll on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 7 shows

I flat out loved this!


As much as I can take

by Cate Jackson on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 12 shows

The only time Much Ado should be done is if it's done well and concise. They did that here. Not really from D & V's perspective so much as a condensed script of the bard's most annoying and problematic play. Masterfully acted, and the playful use of the set makes this a fantastic show. I love people who take small liberties with Shakespeare's words for the sake of humor and clarity. When an all female team take on the bard, they have a way of fixing the ending without going off script. Shakespeare wrote strong women, but it often takes a woman's direction to make that plain.


Great fun

by Steve Hendrickson on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 1 show

I'm a Shakespeare stickler but I loved this show, finding it imaginative and disarmingly delightful. A plucky cast kept me LOL-ing while finding the gravity in the "Lady Beatrice, have you wept?" scene. Brava, brava, bravissima!


Amazing!

by Lauren Peck on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

This cast is great and I would watch them do Shakespeare all the time! A fantastic interpretation of Much Ado.


A comedy that works

by monica reeves on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

Knowing the script very well, I loved the comedic beginning, the feminist angle, and natural line delivery throughout. Loved it!


Delightful Feminist Romp

by Robert Hubbard on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

This inventive all women adaptation told from the perspective of two stage hands, entertains. I particularly enjoyed the use of puppets, both to fill out the tight ensemble cast, and to make some insightful observations about the roles we play and the masks we wear in our romantic relationship. This show is worth your time.


10 stars, if I could.

by James Gerlich on August 8, 2017
This user has reviewed 13 shows

So, this is what you get if you take a Shakespeare comedy, hand it to six creative, professional, women actors, and apply the Fringe rule (60 minutes max) --- inventive brilliance! I didn't want it to end, and immediately went on-line, after the performance, to find out when I could see it again. I have seen ten shows so far this year -- some very good -- but this is the first one I want to drag friends to. If you like Shakespeare, do not miss this.


Excellent interpretation

by Mark Goldberg on August 7, 2017
This user has reviewed 7 shows

I try to watch any plays related to Shakespeare and this was among the best productions I have seen at the Fringe. Inventive, funny and very much true to the original source material. Don't miss this production


Fun Adaptation

by Cetius d'Raven on August 7, 2017
This user has reviewed 50 shows

Enjoyable presentation of a classic. Loved the pre-show comedy setting the stage for the play itself. Well worth your time.


An Amazing Adaptation

by Jennifer de Fiebre on August 7, 2017
This user has reviewed 14 shows

Much Ado is my favorite play from the Bard. I was anxious to see how they would manage to compact the play into an hour. It was done masterfully, without losing the most important points. The use of puppets was innovative and touching.


Much Ado

by Jon Golden on August 7, 2017
This user has reviewed 16 shows

6 amazing actors present the bard in a new and inventive way. It was a bright way to start a fringe day at 1:00pm. That being said, some moments for sure felt like a 1:00pm opening kind of energy. Overall still very impressive and engaging. Also the cuts to the script to shorten it down to 1 hour were done very well, keeping the entirety of the story intact and easily follow-able.


Can't I Give It Six Stars?

by Reid Gagle on August 7, 2017
This user has reviewed 14 shows

A marvelous version of 'Much Ado About Nothing'. Brilliant adaptation, sharp direction, excellent acting.... I loved it. I'd single out a performance for praise, but which one? They were all superb.


Speak low, if you speak love.

by Chris Gennaula on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 9 shows

Wonderful shorten version of Much Ado About Nothing as told by an all female troupe. Great acting and inventive use of various theatre arts. I found the sub-title of the show a bit misleading as the focus wasn't really on Dogberry and Verge, but perhaps that is due to how powerful the characters of Benedick and Beatrice are.

1 person found this review helpful


Much Ado in an Hour!

by Daisuke Kawachi on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 4 shows

Really excellent and well done Shakespeare. Great and highly efficient cut of Much Ado as well. The intelligent and entertaining staging clearly shows that the director knows their craft. There's a somewhat odd frame narrative involving two Fringe volunteers that doesn't really add anything, and the use of puppets adds an extra element that's also a bit unnecessary, but these are smart actors who all do a great job with the text.


Charming Shakespeare anyone could love

by Daniel Pinkerton on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 6 shows

The title is misleading --- it's neither a mashup nor a Stoppard-style reinvention. It's simply one of Shakespeare's simplest plots expertly cut (believe me, the original needs it) and winningly performed by a cast of 6 and a few puppets. All the women onstage are expert actors and many are superb physical clowns and puppeteers. You have the chance to see Taj Reuler, Sara Richardson, Alayne Hopkins, Catherine Johnson Justice, and Kirby Bennett all on one stage. GO! And take some kids if they're over 10. It's a great intro to the Bard.


Big talent and big fun

by Sosan Flynn on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 5 shows

Super fun show. I loved the mash up of different genres and the awesome acting.


Sisters (and puppets) doin' it

by Christine Malcom on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 12 shows

Clever, compact version of Much Ado wrapped in an amusing framing story. Excellent performances and really smooth collaboration among the ensemble members. Fun to see this with an all-woman cast.


Ado about Much

by Amy Bonifas on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 11 shows

This is my first exposure to Much Ado and I very much enjoyed it. Smoothly delivered and cleverly cast. Liked the use of puppets. If you're up for some Shakespeare I'd recommend it!


Fun with Shakespeare

by Susanne Ingerson on August 6, 2017
This user has reviewed 3 shows

Engaging mix of contemporary touches, character swaps, puppetry and traditional theatre true to the comedic genius of the original play.


Cast and crew

Sarah Agnew

Director

Sarah Agnew has been performing and creating theater here in the twin cities for 20 years. She was a member of the artistic company of Theatre de la Jeune Lune and appeared in over 15 productions. She has performed at the Guthrie, Yale Rep, Berkeley Rep, Actor's Theater of Louisville, La Jolla Playhouse, Trinity Rep, and others. She most recently appeared in Lisa Loomer's ROE at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. She will next appear in Watch On The Rhine at the Guthrie theater this fall, directed by Lisa Peterson.


Catherine Johnson Justice

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Catherine is elated to be both adapting and performing in Much Ado About Nothing (as told by Dogberry and Verges). For the 2014 Fringe, Alayne Hopkins and Catherine co-produced and co-starred in the dual Shakespeare adaptations Twelfth Night and What You Will (for which Catherine also “wrote” the adaptations). Other Twin Cities theater credits include productions with The Guthrie Theater, Theater Forever, Ten Thousand Things, Pillsbury House Theater, The Jungle Theater, Workhaus Collective, Theatre de la Jeune Lune, Emigrant Theater, Partizan Players, The Playwright Center, The Illusion Theater, and many others. Film credits include The Quietest Sound (winner “Best Actress” Fargo Film Festival), Two Harbors, Wayside Rest and several other independent films. Catherine is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and Carleton College in Northfield, MN. In addition to their work with Rough Magic Performance Company, Catherine and Alayne Hopkins are also the founders of Twin Cities Renegade Play-reading Group.


Kirby Bennett

Leonato

Kirby Bennett is delighted to return to the Fringe after a long absence! She has been seen regionally at numerous theaters including Frank Theatre, Old Log Theatre, The Jungle Theater, Park Square Theatre, Paul Bunyan Playhouse, Commonweal Theatre Company, History Theatre and many others. Representative work includes Park Square: The Diary of Anne Frank, The Left Hand Singing, The Triumph of Love, Noises Off!, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, The Women; The Jungle Theater: Noises Off!, Blithe Spirit; Frank Theatre: Good Person of Setzuan, Love and Information; Commonweal Theatre: Sylvia; History Theater: Peace Crimes. Kirby is the Artistic Director of Girl Friday Productions, for which she produced and performed in their productions of Idiot’s Delight, The Matchmaker, Camino Real, Street Scene, The Skin of Our Teeth, Our Town, An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf.


Alayne Hopkins

Beatrice / First Watchman

Alayne Hopkins is returning to the Minnesota Fringe Festival with Rough Magic Performance Company after 2014's joint productions of Twelfth Night and What You Will. Alayne has also appeared in theaters around the Twin Cities, including the Jungle Theater, Dark & Stormy, Girl Friday Productions, Frank Theater, Park Square Theatre, Ten Thousand Things, History Theatre, Illusion Theater, Minnesota Jewish Theater, and more.


Catherine Johnson Justice

Benedick / Second Watchman

Catherine is elated to be both adapting and performing in Much Ado About Nothing (as told by Dogberry and Verges). For the 2014 Fringe, Alayne Hopkins and Catherine co-produced and co-starred in the dual Shakespeare adaptations Twelfth Night and What You Will (for which Catherine also “wrote” the adaptations). Other Twin Cities theater credits include productions with The Guthrie Theater, Theater Forever, Ten Thousand Things, Pillsbury House Theater, The Jungle Theater, Workhaus Collective, Theatre de la Jeune Lune, Emigrant Theater, Partizan Players, The Playwright Center, The Illusion Theater, and many others. Film credits include The Quietest Sound (winner “Best Actress” Fargo Film Festival), Two Harbors, Wayside Rest and several other independent films. Catherine is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and Carleton College in Northfield, MN. In addition to their work with Rough Magic Performance Company, Catherine and Alayne Hopkins are also the founders of Twin Cities Renegade Play-reading Group.


Elise Langer

Don Pedro / Margaret

Originally from Paris, France, Elise has lived and performed in San Francisco, San Diego, New York, Paris, Boise and is now happily based in Minneapolis.
Locally, she has performed with: Ten Thousand Things (Life's a Dream, Il Campiello, Vasa Lisa, A Midsummer night's Dream, Forget Me Not When Far Away, Fiddler on the Roof) The Children’s Theatre Company (A Special Trade, Peter Pan, The Cat in the Hat, Pinocchio) Open Eye Figure Theatre (Snowman, DUMMY, The Holiday Pageant) Sod House Theatre (The Cherry Orchard, The Visit, Peer Gynt, The Hoopla Train) Four Humors Theater (Romeo and Juliet, Don Quixote) Theatre de la Jeune Lune, Bedlam Theatre, The History Theatre, Jon Ferguson Theatre, TigerLion Arts and the Playwrights’ Center.
She co-created and performed in Milly & Tillie at Open Eye Figure Theatre, which got Ivey Recognition for Overall Excellence!
Elise studied at the Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris.


Sara Richardson

Verges / Hero / Borrachio

SARA RICHARDSON has lived and worked in the Twin Cities for the past 13 years after relocating from her home state of New York straight off several years as an ex-pat in Paris. She has made original work with Jon Ferguson (WLDRNSS), Kimberly Richardson, Live Action Set and others, as well as performed with numerous theaters in the area. A few favorite past projects include: You For Me For You (Mu Performing Arts), Buzzer (co-production Pillsbury House Theatre and Guthrie Theater), The Night Alive (Jungle Theater), Boeing Boeing (Torch Theater), Rehearsing Failure (Theatre Novi Most) and Mercy Watson to the Rescue! (Children’s Theatre Company). Up next: When I Nod My Head You Hit It With The Hammer (WLDRNSS, director), and Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (Park Square, playing Watson). For more info, please visit sara-richardson.com.


Taj Ruler

Dogberry / Claudio / Don John

Taj Ruler is an actor, improviser, voice over artist, and teacher. She has performed at various theaters around the twin cities such as at Pillsbury House Theatre, Mixed Blood Theatre, The Playwrights’ Center, HUGE Theatre and the Brave New Workshop.


Ivar Hendrickson

Stage Manager


Kate Johnson

Graphic Designer / Photographer

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Much Ado About Nothing (as told by Dogberry and Verges) offers a fun and poignant take on Shakespeare’s classic comedy of love/ hate relationships.  Beatrice and Benedick spar in a viciously hilarious battle of the wits, but can they overcome their cynicism to open their hearts to love?  Hero and Claudio are innocent and pure, but will their naiveté be their downfall?  And all the while the clowning characters of Dogberry and Verges fumble to narrate and lead the audience through this hilarious and moving tale of love, jealousy, trickery, and redemption.  With an all-female cast, six women play all 13 roles, offering a fresh and feminist perspective on the complexities that occur when men and women fall in and out of love.  Shakespeare’s classic made modern by 6 women, 2 puppets, in 1 hour.

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