You have options to see the Bard this weekend, including one play that may or may not have been written by William Shakespeare.

As part of their residency at UT, Actors from the London Stage perform their five-actor version of “Much Ado About Nothing” Oct. 22-44 at the B. Iden Payne Theater. Find info on the show herePresent Company Theater stages “The Tempest” outdoors at Rain Lily Farm through Nov. 1. Hidden Room Theatre offers “Shakespeare Apocrypha Project” three plays that have all been attributed to Shakespeare at one time or the other. Though they were extremely popular during the Elizabethan era, “Arden of Favorsham,” “Mucedorus” and “The Merry Devil of Edmonton” are mostly forgotten nowadays. Hidden Room presents them as staged and costumed readings through Nov. 2. Read a story about the “Apocrypha Project” here.

Hidden Room Theatre’s “Apocrypha Project: A Sampling of Suspected Shakespeare” features three plays, one of which is “Mucedorus” with Joseph Garlock (Prince Mucedorus) and Isto Barton (Princess Amadine).