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Reed Diamond plays Don Pedro in Joss Whedon's film adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing and talks not only about the process of acting in and shooting one of Shakespeare's most beloved plays, but the specific pleasures Shakespeare affords. Featuring a reduced schedule, how he became part of the Whedonverse, inspired direction, amazing craft service, keeping it honest, the advantages of shooting a party scene at a real party, and the perils, pitfalls, and ultimately pleasures of classical training. (Length 20:50)
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