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Much Ado About Nothing
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Plot Summary for "Much Ado About Nothing"
Latecomers may not be admitted until there is a convenient break in the performance. Scene 1: Don Pedro, the Prince of Aragon, returns triumphantly from battle and seeks refuge in Messina. Leonato, the Governor of Messina, welcomes Pedro and his soldiers with open arms, and the sudden influx of men into the town soon stirs up some romance. Claudio instantly falls in love with Hero, and Beatrice is reunited with her old flame, Benedick—the man she loves to hate.
Scene 2: Leonato is busily preparing a great supper to welcome the war heroes to Messina when his brother brings him the news. Antonio explains that he overheard Claudio confessing his love for Hero. Leonato gives permission for his daughter to marry Claudio in seven days time.
Don Pedro and Hero decide to play cupid and plan to finally get Beatrice and Benedick to declare their love for each other. Scene 2: Hearing that they only have one week to ruin the wedding, Don John and his henchmen soon devise a plan—they intend to trick Claudio with false evidence into thinking that Hero has been unfaithful to him the night before their wedding.
Scene 3: Meanwhile, Don Pedro tricks Benedick into thinking that Beatrice is head-over-heels in love with him, but dare not admit it in case Benedick mocks her. Benedick, who overhears this staged conversation, is completely fooled and starts musing on his love for Beatrice.
Scene 1: Hero keeps her end of the bargain and manages to fool Beatrice into thinking that Benedick loves her, but dare not admit it to her. Scene 2: It is the night before the wedding and Don John prepares to execute his plan. At first disbelieving, Claudio eventually agrees to go with Don John and see for himself.
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