By Staff Sgt. April Quintanilla 35th Fighter Wing Public Affairs 5/26/2011 MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- For the first time since the March 11 earthquake, the Mokuteki Community Center opened its doors for entertainment May 20 with a performance of "Much Ado About Nothing." The International Theater Company London from Munich, Germany, started entertaining Misawa residents last year with their renditions of William Shakespeare plays. The group puts on these powerful stories full of love, hate, deceit, revenge and triumphs; in order to entertain people of all ages internationally. The ITCL has plans to return to Misawa next May. The ITCL came to Japan for the first time in 1992 and is known for their unusual, entertaining, witty and stylized work, which reflects their motto, "Tragedy with A Smile on its Lips." This is the ITCL's 36th tour of Japan and over the years they have played in more than 70 universities and more than 5 high schools. In addition, they have held many public performances in the city halls of major cities and major U.S. bases. "It was an amazing play," said Dilys Muniz, 11, Sollars Elementary School student. "I can't wait for the play to come back next year."