Actors From the London Stage Present “Much Ado About Nothing”

October 9, 10, 11 @ 7pm

Diana Chapman Walsh Auditorium of Alumnae Hall
FREE, Open to the public,  No Reservations Necessary

The group will be at Wellesley College for a weeklong residency, October 6-11, 2014. In addition to performing, they will teach workshops for Wellesley’s Theatre Studies Program and English department students during the week.

This will be AFTLS’s ninth visit to the Wellesley campus. Past productions include the IRNE award winning production of Othello, The Merchant of Venice, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, King Lear, The Winter’s Tale, Macbeth and Hamlet. For more information about AFTLS’s production of Much Ado About Nothing, visit

Free parking is available in the Davis Parking Facility. Directions and a map of the College are online at

Wheelchair accessible.
The Wellesley College Theatre Studies Program and the Department of English, with the generous support of the Committee on Lectures and Cultural Events, the Frye Martinson Fund, the Finnegan Fund, the Wilson Fund, the Harman Cain Family Foundation, the Treves Fund, and the Ruth Nagel Jones Fund, present these free performances. For more information, visit or call 781-283-2000.

The Wellesley College arts curriculum and the highly acclaimed Davis Museum and Cultural Center are integral components of the College’s liberal arts education. Departments and programs from across the campus have enlivened the community with world-class programming — classical and popular music, visual arts, theatre, dance, author readings, symposia and lectures by some of today’s leading artists and creative thinkers — many of which are free and open to the public.

Located just 12 miles from Boston and accessible by public transit, Wellesley College’s idyllic surroundings provide a nearby retreat for the senses and inspiration that lasts well after a visit.