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Much Ado About Nothing



Cat is so excited to be returning for a second season with Inebriated Shakespeare after playing Beatrice in last year’s production of Much Ado About Nothing. She is classically trained in Shakespeare from Oglethorpe University and Stella Adler Studio of Acting as well as a residency with Georgia Shakespeare Festival. She has performed in countless productions with many local theatres over the last 18 years. “Though she be little, she is FIERCE!”



Jarvis is a local actor, singer and improviser. He has been acting in and around Nashville since 2011. He is a graduate of Austin Peay State University and in the Nashville Improv cast. He is making a return to Inebriated Shakespeare after playing Benedick and Borachio in last season’s Much Ado About Nothing. Jarvis is excited to be doing this all over with some new and old faces. Oh, he’s also the BEST hugger in Tennessee!


Benedick/Borachio (Alternate)

Aevar is a recent graduate of Belmont University, where he studied Theater Performance. As a fan of both alcohol and the Bard, he is very excited to be working with Inebriated Shakespeare. Recent credits include Uncanny, Reasons to Be Pretty, Antigone, and She Kills Monsters. He’d like to thank his parents for their patience, love, and support of his crazy dreams and ideas.



No stranger to local theater, Angela has been performing locally for close to ten years and this marks her third season with Inebriated Shakespeare. Some of her favorite roles include Queen Gertrude in Hamlet and Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest. When she isn’t treading the boards, you can find her cheering on her two favorite teams – the Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma City Thunder.



Preston is thrilled to make his debut with Inebriated Shakespeare after recently moving to Nashville from the mountains of North Carolina. With 10+ years of theatre experience, he has been involved as an actor, stage manager, and technician for over 30 productions. In addition to his Theatre Education degree, Perrin has training in the Suzuki method of acting, as well as, an extensive background in costume and scenic construction. IG: @perrinprecision


Don Pedro

Zach is probably too excited to be returning to Inebriated Shakespeare this season this time as Titania/Hippolyta AND as assistant director! He wishes to thank Daniel and Angela for the opportunity. He also wishes to thank you, dear audience member, because without you, he’d still be drinking but at least this way he’s getting paid.


Don John/Friar

Daniel Morgan started acting on a whim in 2012 and hasn’t stopped since. His credits include Picasso at the Lapine Agile. 1984, Vanya, Sonia, Masha, & Spike and others he’ll boastfully tell you about. This marks his second year working with Inebriated Shakespeare. Daniel is a Kentucky native, works as a graphic artist, is sneaky like a ninja, and excited to have directed the monstrosity you are currently watching.



Ryan has been performing since he was a kid. He has several siblings, and therefore, had to find something to do to get attention, so the theater was a great fit. He is best known locally for playing the lead role in Evil Dead: The Musical twice and is thrilled to be returning for his third season with Inebriated Shakespeare.



Asa Ambrister is pleased to be returning to Inebriated Shakespeare for its third season. He has produced and starred in all four of the Greater Tuna plays, as well as appearing in award-winning roles in Love! Valour! Compassion!, and The Miss Firecracker Contest. He is a graduate of AMDA in New York, where the instructors always tried to make him perform Shakespearean pieces.


Leonato/Guard (Alternate)

Evan made his stage debut in his mother’s womb some 32 years ago in the classic Marat Sade by Peter Weiss. Although destined to spend the rest of his life under the stage lights, he took a slight detour and joined the Army; serving 9 years including three all-expense paid working vacations to the sunny mountains of Afghanistan. Evan now splits his time between theatre, work, and failing attempts to keep his 2-year-old out of trouble. This is Evan’s second year with Inebriated Shakespeare.

Come See Much Ado!

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