Much Ado About Nothing

The Winder-Barrow Community Theatre presents Much Ado About Nothing, a comedy about nothing of real significance yet over which much ado is made. The play is set in Messina (Sicily), presumably in the present at the time of its writing (circa A.D. 1598).

Much Ado About Nothing
William Shakespeare
Colleen O. Williams Theatre
Winder Cultural Arts Center
105 East Athens Street
Winder, Georgia 30580
(shares parking lot with Lanier Technical College)
$15 for adult tickets at the door
$13 for Students, Teachers, and Old folks (at least 55 years)
$12.50 for advanced tickets from Winder City Hall, 45 East Athens Steet, Winder
advanced tickets via phone 770-867-3106 before 4 p.m. the Friday on the weekend of the performance;
Performance Times (you should arrive at least 15-30 minutes beforehand)
Friday, 26 October 2012, 7:30 p.m. EDT
Saturday, 27 October 2012, 7:30 p.m. EDT
Sunday, 28 October 2012, 3:00 p.m. EDT
Friday, 2 November 2012, 7:30 p.m. EDT
Saturday, 3 November 2012, 7:30 p.m. EDT
Sunday, 4 November 2012, 3:00 p.m. EST
My anticipated performance time is 2½ hours including intermission.
More Information
See the Winder-Barrow Community Theatre web site at
Terri Duffield
See the official blurb on the theatre's website.

My bio as printed in the programme was apparently slightly edited for length. For anyone interested, here is the full, unedited version which I originally submitted:

Curtis Smith (George Sea­coal) is, by day, a soft­ware en­gi­neer who in­spects net­work traf­fic to detect and pre­vent com­put­er tres­passes, data theft, and other ma­li­cious ac­tiv­ity. In Much Ado About Nothing he plays es­sen­tially the same rôle: a watch­man who in­spect­eth city traf­fick to de­tect & deal with tres­passes, theft, and other malice. Curtis has seen and sa­voured at least 30 of Shake­speare’s plays, but the closest he’s ever come to per­form­ing in one was being the Reader of the Pro­logue in Romeo and Juliet (the spot was won in a raffle the same night). This is his sec­ond pro­duction with Winder-Bar­row Com­mu­nity The­a­tre: in Dearly Departed, he played Clyde. He en­joys square dan­cing, tree farm­ing, and writing in brown ink.

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