In these times of much ado about SOMETHING…
The Working Actor’s Journey podcast presents
in collaboration with the San Diego Shakespeare Society and the City of Coronado Public Library
an all-star cast in a FREE online Shakespeare reading of
Much Ado About Nothing
Thursday, April 2nd @ 3 pm PST / 6 pm EST — watch Act 1, Scene 1 below!
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With an incredible cast of previous guests from the podcast:
Dakin Matthews (ep 12) as LEONATO
(Broadway’s To Kill a Mockingbird)
Armin Shimerman (ep 2) as FRIAR FRANCIS/BALTHASAR
(Star Trek DS9, Utah Shakespeare)
Anne Gee Byrd (ep 3) as URSULA/VERGES
Alan Mandell (ep 19) as ANTONIO
(The Actor’s Workshop, Shortbus)
Peter Van Norden (ep 7) as DON PEDRO
(The Stand, The Accused)
Robert Pine (ep 1) as DOGBERRY
Ray Porter (ep 16) as BORACHIO
(Oregon Shakespeare Festival, audiobook narrator)
Tony Amendola (ep 18) as DON JOHN
(Stargate SG-1, Berkeley Rep)
Gigi Bermingham (ep 10) as BEATRICE
(Agents of SHIELD)
Geoffrey Wade (ep 5) as BENEDICK
(Harry Potter and the Cursed Child San Francisco)
Jeanne Sakata (ep 22) as MARGARET/CONRADE
(Dr. Ken, East West Players)
And special guests:
Ross Hellwig as CLAUDIO
Rob Crisell as MESSENGER/FIRST WATCH/SWING
Aubrey Saverino as HERO/SEXTON
Susan Benninghoff as SECOND WATCH/SWING
Nathan Agin, Host of The Working Actor’s Journey,
Gideon Rappaport as Dramaturg
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