"The Comedy of Errors," William Shakespeare's shortest play, is based on a farce by the Roman playwright, Plautus. This early play by Shakespeare is a tale of mistaken identity where two sets of twin brothers separated and lost at sea are reunited after many years, but not before hilarious run-ins with each other and mistakes over money, love and imprisonment.
The performance is directed by Jonathan Tazewell, the Thomas S. Turgeon Professor of Drama, with assistant directors Rebecca Simantov '19 and Pilar Hoye '19.
Starring: Henry Nash '18, Ez Raider-Roth '19, Jasmine Manuel '17, Miles Shebar '20, Devin Bean '20, Charlotte Herzog '17, Mark Ashin '18, Jeffrey Searls '19, Joshua Biatch '20, Jibri McLean '17, Kyla Spencer '18, Ronan Weber '20, Jacob Skolnik '19, Mollie Greenberg '19, Henry Ratliff '20, Elizabeth Iduma '20, Meredith Rupp '19, Sylvie Robinson '20 and Ally Merkel '20
Costume Design: Tatjana Longerot, assistant professor of drama
Set Design: Christopher Ellsworth, technical director
Lighting Design: Will Adashek, wisiting assistant professor of drama
Sound Design: Chandler Davis '17
Props Design: Christopher Ellsworth with Anika Massman '18, Anthony Tellez '17 and Linnea Feldman Emison '18
Production Stage Manager: Seth Reichert '17
Assistant Stage Managers: Mackenna Goodrich '20, Sarah Dailey '20, Ethan Starr '10
Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 8:00pm to 10:30pm
205 College-Park Street, Gambier, OH 43022