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After civil war Messina seems to have returned to peace with few casualties and a courtship holds the promise of reconciling the battle of the sexes in a well matched wedding. But the reconciliation's have been too hurried and soldiers can't return to the civilian world overnight.Performers Byron Mondahl (Messenger), Lucy Black (Beatrice), Siobhan McMillan (Hero), Philip Buck (Don Pedro), Paul Currier (Don John), Oliver le Sueur (Claudio), Jay Villiers (Benedick), Paul Nicholson (Antonio), Nicholas Gadd (Conrade), Russell Bright (Borachio), Morgan Philpott (Balthasar), Elinor Lawless (Margaret), Renu Brindle (Ursula), Bill Wallis (Dogberry), Morgan Philpott (George Seacoal), Byron Mondhal (Henry Oatcake), Peter Townsend (Friar Francis), Christopher Hogben (Sexton).
Author Shakespeare. Producer Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory. Director Andrew Hilton. Director Dominic Power (associate director). Director Nadia Giscir (assistant director). Design Chris Gylee. Lighting Paul Towson. Sound Elizabeth Purnell. Choreographer Jonathan Howell. Costume Tomasin Cuthbert (costume supervisor).
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