CENTER HIGHLIGHT: Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival at DPAC!

Soon the NDSF events begin in our building! We kick off with Explore: Much Ado About Nothing on Wednesday August 2nd. The NDSF- Cabaret with the multi-talented Angela Ingersoll will be on Monday August 7th. Then the main event: Much Ado About Nothing runs from August 15th to the 27th in the Decio.

Here is the info on these great events:

Explore Much Ado About Nothing with Director Drew Fracher

Wednesday, August 2nd Tours at 6:00pm and 7:00pm

Decio Mainstage Theatre

Go “Beyond the Stage” with director Drew Fracher and members of the Much Ado cast and design team. Talk with actors, touch the costumes, and tour our star-spangled stage. (Only 50 tickets available for this exclusive event.)

 

 

Angela Ingersoll Cabaret

Monday, August 7th at 7:30pm

Decio Mainstage Theatre

“Simply magnificent.” – Chris Jones of The Chicago Tribune. Join the astonishing Angela Ingersoll for an evening of live music with members of our 2017 company. Ingersoll, fresh from an acclaimed turn as Judy Garland in Porchlight Music Theatre’s End of the Rainbow, will be playing Beatrice in this summer’s production of Much Ado. Catch this rising star in an intimate cabaret performance.

 

Much Ado About Nothing

2017 Professional Company/ Directed by Drew Fracher

Tuesday, August 15th– Sunday, August 27th

Decio Mainstage Theatre

“…then there was a star danced, and under that was I born.” When men come home from war, marriage is on their minds, but will all end well in Shakespeare’s much-beloved comedy?

Actors Theatre of Louisville regular Drew Fracher sets the play to the tunes of the mid-1940s, drawing on popular big band music of WWII. Our star-spangled production of Much Ado will keep your toes tapping and bring tears to your eyes, but “how much better is it to weep at joy, than to joy at weeping?” Featuring Angela Ingersoll as Beatrice and Cameron Knight as Benedick.

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