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Two productions in one weekend at CSTOCK in Silverdale | Kitsap Week

SILVERDALE — The Central Stage Theatre Of County Kitsap — aka CSTOCK — presents William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” through March 24.

On March 24, CSTOCK also presents “The French Connection,” Maestro Friedrich Schlott’s students in a program of French-inspired music.

CSTOCK is located in the Silverdale Community Center (top floor). 9729 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale.

Sharon Greany directs “Much Ado About Nothing.” In this Shakespeare comedy, Claudio and Hero fall in love and plan to get married, but the villainous Don John slanders Hero with false evidence. The wedding is ruined and Hero faints. Her family soon suspect slander and decide to pretend that Hero died from shock. Don John’s evil plan is soon revealed and Claudio mourns Hero’s death. Eventually, Hero is revealed to be alive and the marriage goes ahead as planned. In the play’s closing moments, it is reported that Don John has been captured for his crime.

Here’s the cast.
Antonia: Judy Batschi.
Balthasar: Anna Hall.
Beatrice: Kristi Ann Jacobson.
Benedick: Gary Fetterplace.
Borachio: Gab McVicker.
Claudio: Robert Brink.
Conrade: Alex Quarrell.
Dogberry: Wallace Ross.
Don John: Jeff Chamberlain.
Don Pedro: Claude Abbott.
Friar Francis: Laura Hanley.
Hero: Laurie Batschi.
Leona: Alice Ingle.
Margaret: Caroline Moore.
Messenger: Darby Laird.
Sexton: Anna Hall.
Ursula: Courtney Work.
Verges: Genevieve Emmett.
Watch 1: Catherine Hinson.
Watch 2: Yasmine Masuko.
Watch 3: Darby Laird.

You can see “Much Ado About Nothing” March 22 and 23, 7:30 p.m.; and March 24, 6 p.m.

Curtain time for “The French Connection” is March 24, 2 p.m. The production features selections from “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Pippin,” “Les Miserables” and popular French standards.

Here’s the cast and crew.
Baritenor: Tom Clouthier.
Alto: TaMara Bale.
Mezzo: Shelly Eaquinta.
Soprano: Sarah Sveen.
Tenor: Alex Becker.
Mezzo: Alyssa Becker.
Mezzo: Julie Riley.
Tenor: Mathew Flaherty.
Light design: Albert Guerra.
Sound technician: Albert Guerra.



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