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Comedy of Errors

PRESENTED BY THE CLASSICAL ACTING ACADEMY

Directed by Rosemary Hay
AUG. 3 – AUG. 21 
Wednesdays through Saturdays 7pm; Sundays 2pm (No showings on Monday and Tuesday)
FREE

One of Shakespeare’s earliest and most vibrant comedies, The Comedy of Errors is a whirlwind adventure of mistaken identities that ends in the reconciliation of a family that has been torn apart by a shipwreck.

Take two pairs of identical twins, one jealous wife, her demure sister, a necklace, a dinner engagement, an exorcism, a kitchen wench and a courtesan, and put them all in the colorful and festive city of Ephesus, tourist resort on the Mediterranean.  Add in Shakespeare’s brilliant, sparkling language and the result is a concoction of delightful lunacy and farcical delirium.
 
Set in the exuberant, exciting and vivid era of the 1960’s, The Comedy of Errors explores and celebrates the timeless human experiences of the discovery of self and the nature of identity.


TICKETS:
Free (Maximum of 4 per person per day)

Available only at Box Office location for the day of the performance at the following times:
Wed-Sat 4-7pm
Sun 11am-2pm
 
Tickets not available via phone or internet. Subject to availability.
 
Only Bard Card Members may make reservations for advance performances. Please call the Box Office at 215-496-8001.
 
**In the event of a sold out performance: Any tickets not presented to House Manager for entry 5 minutes prior to start time will be released and redistributed. Space is very limited and your cooperation is appreciated.**

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2011 Classical Acting Academy Cast:

                       
Keith Wallace Antipholus of Ephesus                          Aaron Lofton Antipholus of Syracuse 

                                       

   Robin Stift Dromio of Syracuse                                       Daniel Harward Dromio of Ephesus

                

               Rose Fairley Adriana                                                     James Lepone Egeon

                             

        Amy-Helene Carlson Luciana                                       Judy Feingold Courtesan/ Abbess

                             

             Mary Decarlo Duchess                                                        Anat Eshel Luce

                                          

      Caleb Wimble Dr. Pinch/ Balthasar                                             Jason Singer Angelo

            

                   Sara Group Waitress                                                  Brent Knobloch Officer