October 3-13, 2019
Director: Diane Conrad Merchant
Scenic Designer: Jonathan Sabo
Costume, Hair, and Makeup Designer: Rebekah Priebe
Sound Design: Timothy Phipps
Lighting Designer: Cory Brookins
Dramaturg: Blake Hansher
Vocal Coaches: Rebecca Baker and Emily Hunnemeyer
Curtain Call Choreographer: Sara Humphrey
This earliest of Shakespeare’s comedies is set in the ancient Greek town of Ephesus, where two sets of brothers had been separated in infancy during a tragic shipwreck long ago. Antipholus of Syracuse and his servant Dromio arrive in town, not knowing that it is the home of Antipholus of Ephesus and his servant, Dromio. Ephesian law forbids anyone from Syracuse to come into the town, and if caught doing so, will be put to death unless able to pay an enormous ransom. Egeon, father of the Antipholus twins, convinces the ruler of Ephesus to give him one day to find his long lost son. He is granted the time, and comic misadventures unfold as themes of mistaken identity, romantic disasters, false accusations and confusion take place. The befuddlement of the characters is even more fun for the audience to watch since we can tell the twins apart, but the characters cannot!
Acting | Other Theatre and Performance Studies | Performance Studies | Theatre and Performance Studies
Cedarville, Cedarville University, theatre, The Comedy of Errors
"The Comedy of Errors" (2019). Theatre Productions. Book 45.
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