Bard on the Beach

Bard on the Beach this year features  Much Ado About Nothing, and Antony and Cleopatra (a tragedy) on the main stage. Showing on the studio stage are Henry V, and an original play by Eroll Durbach entitled Falstaff, which encompasses the themes and plots of Henry IV, parts I and II. 

The full schedule is available on the Bard on the Beach website.

Photograph from Much Ado About Nothing. (from www.bardonthebeach.org)

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