Canterbury School will present its last staging of its production of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” Friday at 8 p.m.

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

The cast includes Alex Luo, of New York, 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 Shanghai, China, as town attendants and servants.