About This Show

One of Shakespeare’s earliest plays, The Comedy of Errors is a farce of mistaken identities, taking place in the course of one whirlwind day. The play involves two sets of twins, separated at birth: the Antipholi and the Dromios. When Antipholus of Syracuse arrives in the city of Ephesus, everyone seems to know him: women shower him with affection, while men shower him with money and jewels.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: November 20, 2005 Final Performance: January 8, 2006

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