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The Comedy of Errors archiveSets of twins, hilarious storytelling and wonderful humanity in the Bard's comic masterpiece and shortest play. Naturally, there are two cases of mistaken identity to deal with in this tale of 24 hours in the life of two sets of twins.
Performers Kirsty Bushell (Courtesan), Nick Caldecott (Angelo), Christopher Chilton (Gaoler/Officer), Oliver Dimsdale (Antipholus of Syracuse), Alan Gilchrist (Balthasar), Martin Hutson (Antipholus of Ephesus), Rebecca Johnson (Adriana), Hattie Ladbury (Luciana), Carol Macready (Luce/Aemilia), John Marquez (Dromio of Ephesus), Michael Matus (Dromio of Syracuse), Hilton McRae (Solinus/Doctor Pinch), Stuart Organ (Solinus/Doctor Pinch), James Thorne (First and Second Merchants).
Author Shakespeare. Producer Sheffield Theatres. Director Jonathan Munby. Design Mike Britton. Lighting Oliver Fenwick. Music Dominic Haslam. Choreographer Michael Ashcroft. Director Terry King (fight). Other Kate Godfrey (voice and dialect coach). Director Dominic Leclerc (assistant). Other Sam Chandley (casting).

The Comedy of Errors

The Comedy of Errors (Play) production archive for QTIX code T2119645872. Details of all The Comedy of Errors archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2831

Archive Listings

19 May 05
to
11 Jun 05
Sheffield Theatres
Sheffield
South Yorkshire

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