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“Two houses, both alike in dignity”—except these guys are about as undignified as they come. See, there were two sets of twins separated years ago. And now, one Antipholus searches the world over for his missing twin (and missing parents), while his servant Dromio tags along looking for his long lost brother too. And these long lost brothers are somehow in love with a set of sisters. Did I mention that both sets of brothers are identical twins? Yeah, it’s that kind of play. One of Shakespeare’s earliest (and most fun) comedies gets a Circus-world twist..  

Presented by Shakespeare and Company

Cost:

$20.00 Adults, $15.00 Seniors/Students.  Children under 10 yrs. free with adult. Cash and checks accepted--sorry, no credit cards.

Tickets are sold at the box office on the day of the performance, beginning approximately 45 minutes before show time. No advance ticket sales.

Feel free to bring a blanket or lawn chair and a picnic supper to the performance.

Contact:

George M. Roesler, Artistic Director 

651-779-5818