As evidenced by MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, now on stage at Great Lakes Theater, Shakespeare as writer, and Fee, as director, are a perfect match. If you want to see Elizabethan comedy at its finest, GO! This is a must-see experience!
To see a full review of this show, read Roy Berko's blog here.
Great Lakes Theater is currently featuring “Much Ado About Nothing,” known as one of the most creative, satisfying comedies ever penned by William Shakespeare. Producing Artistic Director Charles Fee, along with his top-notch, talented cast, breathes life into the “Bard’s” words to create a production that is nothing short of flawless.
To see a full review of this show, read Sheri Gross' review here.
Combining the masterful directing of Charles Fee with the outstanding talent of a superb cast and the comedic timing of Shakespeare you have in essence theatrical heaven. This is the feel good comedy of the season and you need to definitely go see it.
To see a full review of this show, read Mark Horning's Review here.
Great Lakes Theater’s Much Ado About Nothing takes a wry look at courtship and marriage. Director Charles Fee’s quick-moving production offers an evening of laughter as generated by the talented cast. Yes, once again, while jealousy and gossip fail to thwart true love’s success, the complications they provide add to our entertainment and the play’s success.