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William Shakespeare's<br> Much Ado About Nothing

Sponsored By:Rancho Cucamonga Community & Arts FoundationStorage West

Rancho Cucamonga Community Theatre Presents

William Shakespeare's
Much Ado About Nothing

The "merry war" of the sexes is on! Known as one of the Bard's most beloved comedies, Much Ado About Nothing is the lively tale of two razor sharp wits Benedick and Beatrice, infatuated lovebirds Claudio and Hero, suave matchmaker Don Pedro, and their devious friends. "Ben & Bea" have proudly sworn off marriage, so the others hatch a hilarious plot to trick the sparring partners into confessing their love. However, when Claudio is fooled into rejecting Hero at the altar, Benedick and Beatrice must put the situation to rights with the unlikely aide of drunk night watchman, Dogberry. Nothing is as it seems in this raucous tale of deception, wit, and head-spinning rumors!

General: $20.00 Gold Level
Senior: $18.00 Gold Level
Youth: $16.00 Gold Level
All Seats: $22.50 Platinum Level

Event Dates and Times

Sat, Nov 3, 20182:00 PMBuy Tickets!
Sat, Nov 3, 20187:30 PMBuy Tickets!
Sun, Nov 4, 20182:00 PMBuy Tickets!

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