Far-fetched coincidences and chaotic hilarity
Shipwrecked and separated 33 years earlier, two sets of long-lost twins miraculously find themselves in the same city on the same day. What could possibly go wrong?
The Comedy of Errors is a hilarious romp of swapped identities, misguided love, mistaken imprisonment and chaotic mishaps, leading to an unbelievably crazy day for bumbling twins.
At the heart of this tale of comedic misfortune is an old man searching for his lost children. He finds himself in a hostile land, in the fight of his life… to save his life. As far-fetched coincidences unfold, chaotic hilarity ensues and a man’s life could be saved — if only everything would go to plan.
Directed by longtime Bell Shakespeare collaborator Janine Watson, this is a beautiful story about reunion, wrapped up in an evening of entertainment and laughter.
Julia Billington – Dromio of Syracuse
Adriano Cappelletta – Antipholous of Syracuse
Giema Contini – Adriana
Ella Prince – Dromio of Ephesus
Maitland Schnaars – Egeon
Director Janine Watson
Lighting Designer Kelsey Lee
Movement Director Samantha Chester
Tickets & Venue Info
$10 OPEN – I need a good night out but I’m still feeling the COVID pinch
$20 ENTER – I need a good night out but can pay a bit more
$60 FLING – I want to fling the door open and be a BREC champion
Limited BREC Access tickets available
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This project has been assisted by the Australian government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.