As I cannot, like Dogberry
, find it in my heart to bestow all my tediousness upon the reader, I will not go on to bore him with a minute detail of all the discoveries and proceedings of this and the following day.
In particular, the actors truly stole the show: Captain Dogberry
(Jessica Dennis, 18) who enchantingly found the right balance between bravado and befuddlement, Arturo (Joseph Giacone, 13) and La Macarena (Tasha Sheridan, 21) who lit up stage.
The name dogwood, sometimes interchanged with dogberry
, has two possible derivations.
Kurtis Ludford, 18, of Dogberry
Close, Willenhall, admitted driving with the wrong licence and no insurance, taking a moped without consent, failing to stop for police and driving without due care and attention.
, Eastern Prickly Gooseberry; Woods; Infrequent; C = 4; BSUH 13208.
One such episode at Northwich in 1636, rather a plum in itself, involves James Jefferyes, the constable, who makes one think of Elbow, or Dogberry
Russell Layton was hilarious as a dumb John Cleese-style Dogberry
, the constable in charge of the watch, and had the audience laughing even before he set foot on stage.
Acclaimed director Phil Willmott is holding open auditions this Saturday to find boys aged eight to 14 to be part of the scout troop who form the patrol for Friar Dogberry
in the production of Much Ado About Nothing.
Nastasia Green plays Dogberry
, the malaprop constable.
Trevor Martin, Gary Waldhorn (as Leonato) and Julian Jensen's fine singing are all extra highlights, and although Dogberry
and the rustics are not particularly droll.
Burton cast Keaton in ``Batman'' a year later, but the actor evidently longed to play roles - a psycho in ``Pacific Heights,'' Shakespeare's Dogberry
in Kenneth Branagh's film of ``Much Ado About Nothing'' - that would not confine him like an overhyped Batsuit.
COMPARISONS, according to Dogberry
in Much Ado About Nothing, are odorous.