Dram Tree Shakespeare presents The Comedy of Errors, Shakespeare's shortest play--and according to director Kathryn "KC" MacMillan--his funniest comedy for modern audiences. KC is a guest director from Philadelphia; she has set the show in the early 20th century with a Vaudeville theme. Listen to KC give a brief overview of the story and talk about the common roots of Shakespeare and Vaudeville above.
The production is staged in The Garage at Dreams with an elaborate set by Gary Ralph Smith (KC talks about the set below). Linda Markas accompanies the show on piano, and Zeb Mims and Justin Sachs jump with sax and drums for the Courtesan's performance.
Tickets are available at the door, online, and by telephone . Opening night has a discount for theatre and film artists (all nights have student/senior/military discounts).