Friendly Folio - Much adoe about Nothing

Much adoe about Nothing is a comedy written by William Shakespeare...

Beginnings Available:

The complete package for a play's first 30 minutes, with all scripts and guides. The perfect introduction to Cue Script work in the classroom or workshop.

Total Lines Characters Genders Running Time  
522 15 (or 11 with doubling) 10 male, 5 female 30 to 35 mins

Parts / Sides in 'Much adoe about Nothing':

250+ Lines:
Beatrice
Benedicke
Claudio
Don Pedro
Leonato
Less Than 250 Lines:
Anthonio
Balthasar
Borachio
Boy
Conrade
Dogberry
Don John
First Watch
Frier Francis
Hero
Innogen
Lord
Margaret
Messenger
Second Watch
Sexton
Ursula
Verges

Speeches:

Code Character Lines First Line  
M-260 Benedicke28 (prose) I know that, but I would have thee hence, and
(NULL)
M-261 Benedicke24 (prose) This can be no tricke, the conference was sadly
(NULL)
M-262 Claudio27 Sweet Prince, you learn me noble thankfulnes:
(Give not this rotten Orenge to your friend,)
M-263 Don Pedro18 Thou wilt be like a lover presently,
(What need the bridge much broder then the flood?)
M-264 Frier Francis15 Heare me a little, for I have onely bene silent so
(NULL)
M-265 Frier Francis43 Pause awhile:
(Marry this wel carried, shall on her behalfe,)
M-266 Leonato30 I pray thee cease thy counsaile,
(NULL)
M-267 Leonato24 Wherefore? Why doth not every earthly thing
(NULL)
W-260 Beatrice17 (prose) Is a not approved in the height a villaine, that
(Princes and Counties! surelie a Princely testi-)
W-261 Beatrice10 What fire is in mine eares? can this be true?
(NULL)
W-262 Margaret14 (prose) Get you some of this distill’d carduus benedictus
(NULL)