C-SC theatre presents “Much Ado about Nothing”
Monday, February 06, 2012
CANTON, Mo. – Culver-Stockton College theatre students will take the stage Feb. 16, 17 and 19 for their production of “Much Ado about Nothing.”
Cast members for the production include: Nicholas Johnson, junior theatre major from Fieldon, Ill., as Benedick; Anna Nytes, junior psychology major from Quincy, Ill., as Beatrice; Alex Cole, freshman speech and theatre education major from Union, Mo., as Claudio; Hollyann Lillie, junior musical theatre major from Roscoe, Ill., as Hero; Ian Heath, senior theatre and pre-law majors from St. Louis, Mo., as Don Pedro; Tim Maples, junior musical theatre major from Chicago, Ill., as Leonato; Dylan Gauldin, sophomore criminal justice and pre-law majors from O'Fallon, Mo., as Don John; Dylan Green, junior history major from Pittsfield, Ill., as Borachio; Ian Sodawasser, sophomore musical theatre major from Davenport, Iowa, as Conrade; Jason Epley, sophomore theatre major from Quincy, Ill., as Dogberry; Benjamin Brown, freshman English and theatre majors from Lincoln, Neb., as Verges; Ryan DeGraw, junior speech and English education majors from Canton, Mo., in the roles Balthasar, Sexton and Friar; Daniel Kelley, freshman theatre major from Lathrop, Mo., as Seacoal; Julie Hoadley, freshman music education major from Palatine, Ill., as Watchwoman; Victoria Tolivar, sophomore musical theatre major from Hannibal, Mo., as Antona; Kirsten Sindelar, junior musical theatre major from Sherrard, Ill., as Margaret; and Morgan Hakenewerth, freshman psychology and occupational therapy majors from Wentzville, Mo., as Ursula.
The production will be staged Feb. 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. The Sunday, Feb. 19 performance will begin at 3p.m. All performances will be held in the Black Box theatre inside the Robert W. Brown Performing Arts Center on the campus of Culver-Stockton College. Tickets are $6 for adults. Admission is free with Culver-Stockton College identification.
For more information on this or other events, contact the Division of Fine Arts at (573) 288-6346.
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