One of Shakespeare's most popular comedies, Much Ado About Nothing centers on the foibles of two pairs of lovers, Beatrice and Benedick and Claudio and Hero.  Obstaclesrevolve around the union of two young lovers, Claudio and Hero, but the real main event is the hilarious and biting love-hate relationship of Beatrice and Benedick, featuring the "merry war" of the sexes.  Benedick thinks he hates Beatrice, but he really loves her.  Beatrice thinks she hates Benedick, but she really loves him.  The first act is pure delight as Beatrice and Benedick's friends and family conspire to get the two together, and the second act finds them united in trying to clear the names of Claudio and Hero, who have been slandered by a jealous rival.

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Hop on the campaign trail and dive right into the thick of the populist propaganda!  These seats put you right in the middle of the wave of votes that are going to drag Andy Jackson into the White House.  Complete with a bottle of wine or beer, along with a few other election night goodies...these seats will give you a theatrical experience you won't remember the next morning.  And just like a lobbyist at the convention bar, these are going to cost you just a wee bit more.  Of note, these seats are not advised for people who have mobility or neck issues.  Also not for the faint of heart.  Or for people who are afraid of actors.  And politicians.

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This broad musical satire of America's seventh president, Andrew Jackson, follows him from the campaign trail all the way through the White House.  Jackson captures the presidency as a born and bred American with a message that resonates with the common people, as opposed to the ruling class that preceded him.  Ascending from his Tennessee upbringing, he finds himself in the Oval Office and discovers that campaigning is easy, but governing is hard.  This musical explores how our great democratic experiment works and helps us realize how the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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General Admission (Non-musicals): $35

General Admission (Musicals): $40

The first Sunday of each production is I Pay What I Can Sunday!  Sponsored by the Elbert W. Rogers Foundation.

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