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Slideshow: Shakespeare’s <em>Much Ado About Nothing</em>

Slideshow: Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing

Posted: March 21, 2017

On Saturday, March 4, the St. Genesius Players treated Thomas Aquinas College students, faculty, and families to a production of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.

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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing
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    Slideshow: Much Ado About Nothing

Named for the patron saint of actors, the St. Genesius Players is a student-run organization that puts on one play each spring. The directors of this year’s production were Zoe Appleby (’18) and Benjamin Trull (’19); lead performers were Jack Murphy (’19) as Benedick, Caroline Guinee (’19) as Beatrice, Andreas Waldstein (’19) as Claudio, and Rosalie Simoneau (’17) as Hero.