Shakespeare's Globe 2011 production ofMuch Ado About Nothing.
One of Shakespeare's most popular comedies,Much Ado About Nothingcontrasts the happiness of lovers Claudio and Hero, and the cynacism of sparring partners Beatrice and Benedick, who are united in their scorn for love. Trickery plays a large part in the story, as Beatrice and Benedick are duped into declaring their love for one another, and the dastardly Don John deceives Claudio into believing that Hero has been unfaithful. Marking the debut of director Jeremy Herrin at the Globe Theatre, this 2011 production features Eve Best as the feisty and high-spirited Beatrice and Charles Edwards as her cynical counterpart, Benedick.
Filmed in High Definition and true surround sound.
Spoken in Shakespeare's English with English and German subtitles. Plays in all regions.