Casting Much Ado About Nothing

Thank you for attending Julius Caesar!

The Much Ado About Nothing cast has been announced – it’s going to be great! Music, a battle of wits and romance. 25 experienced actors ages 8-21, including several talented returning veterans you haven’t seen in a while. Performances the first week of August at the Historic Hoover Theatre:

Wednesday, August 5 through Sunday, August 9.

Tickets on sale soon

Bob Rumsby, Director - Much Ado About Nothing 2015

“If I do, hang me in a bottle like a cat and shoot at me; and he that hits me, let him be clapped on the shoulder, and called Adam.”

Thank you!

A Christmas Carol Cast thankyou-2014

Thank you all for supporting us and attending our plays during 2014, and a special thanks to those of you who donated to our end-of-year matching grant campaign.

Presenting high-quality Shakespeare (and Dickens) with a young company is challenging. It takes a unique group of kids and a unique audience to pull it off. We would never have been able to come this far without your attendance and support. Thank you.

Wishing you all a wonderful 2015!

Bob Rumsby
Artistic Director

Bob

Tickets Available At The Door

A first for Youth Shakespeare: Advance Tickets for all performances are sold out before opening night!

Tickets are available at the door before each performance! We retain 10-15 seats for every show. Arrive 30 minutes early to sign the waiting list.

Directions to the Studio Theatre at Houge Park

Opening night was a great success. Our cast, age 3 months through 20 years, will not disappoint.

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Thanks to our Sponsors and Advertisers

Youth Shakespeare San Jose is very thankful for the support of our sponsors.

Come see the result of their support added to the labor of our youthful cast and families: A Christmas Carol. Advance Tickets are sold out but tickets are available at the door. Five performances November 29 through December 6 plus two midday school performances!

San Jose Youth Shakespeare is generously supported, in part, by a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San Jose. We are also grateful for grants from Silicon Valley Creates and Links Through Learning.