A Preview to Amadeus, The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing at Old Globe's 2011 Shakespeare Festival (Video)

PlayBlog   A Preview to Amadeus, The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing at Old Globe's 2011 Shakespeare Festival (Video) The Old Globe's 2011 Shakespeare Festival includes Peter Shaffer's Amadeus and Shakespeare's The Tempest and Much Ado About Nothing, which are currently running in repertory through Sept. 25 at the outdoor Lowell Davies Festival Theatre in San Diego. Here, the Old Globe offers a glimpse into the 2011 festival.

The Tempest officially opened June 19 and will run through Sept. 25. Amadeus officially opened June 24 and will run through Sept. 22. Much Ado About Nothing officially opened June 29 and will run through Sept. 24.

The festival stars Miles Anderson as Prospero in The Tempest and Antonio Salieri in Amadeus; Jay Whittaker as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Amadeus and Don John in Much Ado About Nothing; Jonno Roberts as Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing and Caliban in The Tempest; and Georgia Hatzis as Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing and Venticella in Amadeus.

The repertory company also features Michael Stewart Allen, John Cariani, Donald Carrier, Anthony Cochrane, Winslow Corbett, Kevin Alan Daniels, Globe associate artist Charles Janasz, Jason Maddy and Adrian Sparks, as well as The Old Globe/University of San Diego Graduate Theatre Program students Shirine Babb, Adam Daveline, Grayson DeJesus, Ben Diskant, Christian Durso, Andrew Hutcheson, Rachael Jenison, Jesse Jensen, Allison Spratt Pearce, Deborah Radloff, Ryman Sneed and Jonathan Spivey.

To watch the preview to Amadeus, look below:

To watch the preview to The Tempest, look below:

To watch the preview to Much Ado About Nothing, look below:

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