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In Much Ado About Nothing at Penfold Theatre, the soldiers return victorious from war, but the merry sparring – and sparks – between the stubborn bachelor Benedict and the self-assured Beatrice have just begun! Meanwhile, young Claudio and Hero are standing at the altar when schemes of the villainous Don John threaten to sour everyone’s happiness. Now, all hope for happy endings lies in the hands of the bumbling members of the Night’s Watch.
Much Ado About Nothing is the eighth production in the “Penfold in the Park” series, an annual offering of free, outdoor summer theatre, made possible by a partnership with the Round Rock Parks & Recreation Department.
THIS PRODUCTION IS FREE-OF-CHARGE. NO RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. DONATIONS AT THE SHOW ARE APPRECIATED.
Run time is about 1:40 with one intermission.
Recommended for middle school ages and up.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING is written by William Shakespeare; adapted and directed by Ryan Crowder; and featuring Nathan Jerkins, Jennifer Jennings, Nathan Daniel Ford, Emily Smith, Suzanne Balling and Taylor Flanagan.
Round Rock Amphitheater (Map it)
301 W. Bagdad Ave
Round Rock, TX 78664
The Amphitheater is located behind the Baca Senior Center. Coming from I-35, take exit 252 for Hwy 620. At the light, turn east onto 620. Then turn right on Brown Street. Brown Street dead ends into the parking lot for the Amphitheater. Free parking is available in the parking lot; in one of the nearby parking garages (below and across the street from the Baca Senior Center); or on the street.
Guests may bring picnic blankets or lawn chairs to sit on. Food and drink is also permitted. However, for safety reasons, the city asks guests to avoid glass containers.