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    Ex-One Life To Live's Timothy D. Stickney In Much Ado About Nothing.

    Tuesday, February 07 2012


    Stickney (Joseph Marzullo/Wenn.com)
    Back onstage.

    Former "One Life To Live" actor Timothy D. Stickney, (ex-R.J. Gannon, 1994 to 2009), will be appearing in the latest production of "Much Ado About Nothing" as Friar. Christopher Newton will direct the play, which will run from April 26 through October 27, with an official opening date on May 28, at the Festival Theatre at 55 Queen Street in Stratford, Ontario. The audience will be taken into the life of Claudio, as he woos his beloved Hero in preparation for their wedding day. However, as the day approaches many deceptions come to light that could bring on more than one dramatic change of heart.

    "As The World Turns" actor Eric Sheffer Stevens (ex-Dr. Reid Oliver) also appeared in the play back in 2010. Please visit the Stratford Shakespeare Festival for tickets and show times.

    Timothy has appeared in and directed numerous plays since his Llanview departure. He even popped into Soaps.com back in 2009 to share what he thought his character would have been doing on one of the most romantic holidays of the year. Find out what he said about R.J.'s fantasy plans through our past Valentine's Day Interviews.

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    - Amy Mistretta


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