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Publisher's Summary

Much Ado About Nothing is a romantic comedy that revolves around obstacles presented to two young lovers, as well as a "merry war" of the sexes. (A full-cast production.)
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What would have made Much Ado About Nothing better?

This audio does not follow the original text of the play. I ended up not being able to use the audio because it skips lines, paragraphs, and entire sections of scenes. If you are looking for using the audio as a teaching tool, do not use this one.<br/><br/>The readers were decent, but I think a few of them could have used more inflection, differentiation of pitch (and volume) to make it easier to differentiate between characters.

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If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Much Ado About Nothing?

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Fun and Whitty

Great audio version, Shakespeare was mean to be performed and reading along while you listen along will make it 4 times as rich!