As we all learned in English class, Shakespeare loved to party. And what better way to celebrate his 450th birthday this summer than with Nameless Theatre’s all singing, all dancing, blow out production of Much Ado About Nothing?
It’s Shakespeare’s best romantic comedy, and it’s as popular today as it ever was. Joss Whedon loved it enough to get his friends round to film it in his house (it was his first post-Avengers film project last year), and now we’re bringing it to Nagoya. With a twist.
This is Much Ado About Nothing set in the fashionable height of the roaring ‘20s. Gone are the Elizabethan frills and tights, and in are flapper dresses, dancing and wild jazz.
Staged with original musical compositions and singing by Prisca Molotsi, set and costume design by renowned UK designer Max Jones, and the talent of Nagoya’s thriving international theatre community, Much Ado is the beauty of Shakespeare wrapped in the glitz of high society.
Much Ado About Nothing will be staged at the Nagoya City Performing Arts Center（츰뮴肱懇餠術創ー) in Shin Sakae. Show dates are June 6 (Fri) at 6pm, June 7(Sat) at 1pm & 6pm, and June 8(Sun) at 1pm and 5pm. Tickets are ¥4,000 advance.
Group ticket discounts are available for groups of 10 or more. We also offer a backstage tour for groups.
Tickets are available online at eplus.jp, and namelesstheatre.org/get-tickets, or in person at the Aichi Arts Center Playguide, the Ticket Guide (8th floor of Nadya Park), or through a Fami-port in Family Mart. Tickets can also be reserved by phone at (052) 725 8216.
For more information on the show or group sales, please contact us at 052 725 8216, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.