Canterbury School will present its production of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” Nov. 16-17 at 8 p.m.

Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. each night at the school on Aspetuck Avenue.

The cast includes Alex Luo of New York, N.Y., as Don Pedro, Giorgo Caripidis of Caracas, Venezuela, as Don John, Brendan Omana of New Milford as Claudio, Connor Cherry of Dover, N.H., as Benedick, Nick Vial of New Milford as Leonato, Greg McKenna of Brookfield as Antonio, Eli Taylor of New Milford as Borachio, Torin Kearney of Newtown as Conrade, John Martiska of Boylson, Mass., as Friar Francis, Ryan Greguski of New Milford as Dogberry, Henry Morgan of New Canaan as Verges, Grant Tessitore of Brookfield, Matt Martin of Wilton and Adrian DeCola of Southbury as the Watch, Jami Procanik of Cheshire and Mila Piacsek of Sao Paulo, Brazil, as Sexton, Jessica Garcia of New Milford as Hero, Jordan Jayson of Williamsville, N.Y., and Margaret Melich of Darien as Beatrice, Mary Bridget Horvath of Stonington as Margaret, Nova Chen of New Milford as Ursula, Bobby Berry of New Milford as Messenger and Olivia McCormick of Sands Point, N.Y., and Selina Xin of Shaghai, China, as town attendants and servants.

The tech crew consists of Ildiko Sandor of New Milford as stage manager, Sara Stone of New Milford as assistant stage manager, Carter Clarke of Fairfield on lights, Maeve O’Donnell of Massapequa, N.Y., on sound, Kayla Jendras of Brewster, N.Y., on props, Vanessa Okoroanyanwu of Newark, N.J., on sound, Erin Sudbey of Fairfield as green room supervisor, and Sherley Arias-Pimentel of Newark, N.J., Sara Firdous of Princeton, N.J., Giselle Bradshaw of Sanford, Fla., Nicholas Graham of North Bay Village, Fla., Madelyn “Maddy” Milazzo of Hamden and Daniella Suarez of New Milford as crew members.