Much Ado About Nothing
by William Shakespeare
_Love might be, as Shakespeare wrote in Sonnet 116, an "ever-fixed mark / that looks on tempests and is never shaken" but the lovers of Much Ado About Nothing are anything but stable. How can humans with all our flaws share as transcendent and beautiful an experience as love? Won't we just mess it up? Won't it just mess us up? Much Ado explores the promises and problems of romantic love in a fun and feverish romp.