From press release:
Shakespeare BASH’d prepares for victory at the Victory Café with Much Ado About Nothing
The creative team that brought you the 2012 Best of Fringe Winner The Taming of the Shrew is at it again, bringing Shakespeare’s uproarious, clever, and at times dark comedy Much Ado About Nothing to the Victory Café! The show centres on a battle of wits between Benedick (James Wallis) and Beatrice (Amelia Sargisson). Hilarity ensues as the couple succumbs to the gossip, rumors and “notings” of their families.
Director Eric Double is returning to control the mayhem yet again, and is excited to truly test the limits of the Victory Café. “Last year, we were able to create a really unique experience for Fringe audiences, and this year, we’re ready to take it to the next level. Much Ado About Nothing has a raucous energy that lends itself perfectly to the atmosphere we’re going to create at the Victory Café. We’re going to transform the space into a post‐war victory celebration, and invite Fringe patrons to join in the revelry”. “Our company is about creating unique moments for the audience to discover the beauty of Shakespeare in unconventional spaces” adds BASH’d Artistic Director James Wallis. “We learned a lot last year, and we’re excited to deliver something fresh, new, exciting and immersive at the 2013 Toronto Fringe. We’re having a victory party at the Victory, and the audience is the guest of honour”.
Director: Eric Double
Starring: Andrew Anthony, Andrew Gaboury, Ellen Hurley, Jamie Johnson, Elisabeth Lagerl.f, Milan Malisic, Brenhan McKibben, Jesse Nerenberg, Julia Nish‐Lapidus, Kyle Purcell, David Ross, Amelia Sargisson, James Wallis
Production Team: Matt Armour, Hannah Puley, Rob Kraszewski, Alia Koster, Alexsandra Marzocca
Much Ado About Nothing runs during the Toronto Fringe from July 4‐14, 2013 at the Victory Café Upstairs, at 581 Markham Street, Toronto ON, just west of Bathurst, south of Bloor.
Thursday July 4, 7:00pm‐8:30pm
Friday July 5, 7:00pm‐8:30pm
Saturday July 6, 9:00pm‐10:30pm
Sunday July 7, 5:00pm‐6:30pm
Tuesday July 9, 7:00pm‐8:30pm
Thursday July 11, 7:00pm‐8:30pm
Friday July 12, 7:00pm‐8:30pm
Saturday, July 13, 7:00pm‐8:30pm
Sunday, July 14, 5:00pm‐6:30pm
By Phone: (416) 966‐1062 x1
In Person: Festival Box office, located behind Honest Ed’s, 581 Bloor Street