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Comedy of Errors, The

Comedy of Errors, The(1987)

Also Known As: Great Performances (06/24/87) | Live From Lincoln Center (06/24/87) |

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A production of Shakespeare's comedy played in vaudeville style, with the bard himself part of the performance. The story concerns two sets of identical twins and the inevitable problems of mistaken identity that ensue when different pairs of them meet up in different combinations.

Cast & Crew

Paul Magid Antipholus Of Ephesus
Howard Jay Patterson Antipholus Of Syracuse
Sam Williams Dromio Of Ephesus
Randy Nelson Dromio Of Syracuse
Avner Eisenberg Egeon; Theater Janitor
Ethyl Eichelberger Abbess; Courtesan
Karla Burns Duke Of Ephesus; Maid Luce
William Shakespeare Play As Source Material ("The Comedy Of Errors")
Exxon Corporation Funding ("Great Performances")
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1987 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  .....Production Company, Thirteen/Wnet .....Production Company
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    TINKERBELL 2011-10-14

    As someone obsessed with this program for over nearly 3 decades now, inspiring Shakespeare, Dotsoyevsky, vaudeville, theater in general, and Alexander... MORE>