Boomerang Theatre Company (Tim Errickson, Artist Director; Sue Abbott, Managing Director) will revive their hit park production of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing for encore performance indoors, March 1-18, 2012 as part of BFG Collective’s six month long residency at The Secret Theatre (44 02 23rd Street, Long Island City).
The production will be directed by Daniel Talbott (Eightythree Down with Horse Trade Theater Group; Slipping with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater) and will feature Spencer Aste*, Edward Carnevale, James Patrick Davis*, Jon Dykstra*, John Egan, Alex Engquist, James Leighton, Sevrin Anne Mason*, Ralph Petrarca*, Maria Peyramaure*, Erik Sherr*, Jelena Stupljanin*, Sara Thigpen*, David L. Townsend*, Sanford Wilson, and Scott Witebsky*. *Appearing courtesy of the Actors’ Equity Association. An Equity Approved Showcase.
The creative team will include Choreography by Becky Byers, Set Design by Nikki Black, Costume Design by Carolyn Pallister, Fight Choreography by Laura Ramadei, and Lighting Design by Kia Rogers. The production will be Stage Managed by Jessica Pecharsky.
Beatrice loves and hates Benedick at the same time, returning his amour with each stinging put down and quip. Benedick loves the game when he is winning, and despises Beatrice when he is not. Hearts are won, lost and won again all for the glory of who can get the last word in!
Much Ado About Nothing will run in rep with Boomerang Theatre Company’s revival of Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing, March 3-24, 2012 and the NYC premiere of Melissa Gawlowski’s Spring Tides, March 9-25, 2012.
The production, presented by Boomerang Theatre Company as part of the BFG Collective, will play a three-week engagement at The Secret Theatre (44 02 23rd Street, Long Island City), March 1-18; March 1, 2, 10, 15, & 16 at 8pm, March 3, 11, & 17 at 3pm and March 18 at 7pm. Tickets ($25) may be purchased online at www.bfgcollective.com or by calling 866-811-4111.
Daniel Talbott (Director) most recent work as a director includes Lake Water (Neighborhood Productions), Eightythree Down (Hard Sparks/Horse Trade Theater Group) Squealer (Lesser America/TNC) and The Umbrella Plays (The Tank/FringeNYC), and as an actor he’s appeared most recently on “The Big C”. His play Slipping was produced at Rattlestick with Piece by Piece Productions, and was a finalist for the 2011 Lambda Literary Award. Daniel is one of the literary managers of Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and the Artistic Director of Rising Phoenix Rep (recipient of the 2007 New York Innovative Awards Caffe Cino Fellowship Award). His play Yosemite opens at Rattlestick in late January 2012.
For more information on Much Ado About Nothing call 866-811-4111 or visit www.boomerangtheatre.org.
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