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Coming to Twin Cities area parks in June, 2014:
The Comedy of Errors
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CAST ANNOUNCED
for Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors,"
directed by David Schlosser:
Duke of Ephesus - Hazen Markoe
Aegeon - Tim "Chief" Jopek
Antipholus of Ephesus - Scot Moore
Antipholus of Syracuse - Jacob Wellington
Dromio of Ephesus - Paul McGuire Grimes
Dromio of Syracuse - Michael Torsch
Balthazar / Merchant - Cory DiNardo
Officer - Martha Heyl
Angelo - Matthew Cawley
Aemilia - Helen Donnay
Adriana - BethAnne Nelson
Luciana - Tara Lucchino
Luce / Courtezan - Stephanie Hammon

Stage Manager - Allison (Allie) Cleary
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FREE
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Come summer, set up your blanket or lawn chair, bring a picnic and enjoy a little bit of Shakespeare. We'll choose a nice spot in the park to perform, with the best accommodations for the audience (preferably on a hill).
Note: Performances will not be cancelled unless outdoor conditions are dangerous.

Tentative 2014 Performance Schedule and Locations
Evening shows: 7 pm; Sunday matinees: 2 pm
June 1 - Lyndale Park Rose Gardens: 4124 Roseway Rd., Minneapolis
June 6 - Powderhorn Park: 3400 15th Ave S, Minneapolis
June 7 - private performance
June 8 - Minnehaha Falls: 4965 S Minnehaha Dr., Minneapolis
June 13 - Merriam Park, 2000 St. Anthony Ave., Saint Paul
June 14 - Kenwood Park: 2101 Franklin Ave. W, Minneapolis
June 15 - Lyndale Park Rose Gardens: 4124 Roseway Rd., Minneapolis
June 18 - Maple Grove Town Green: 7991 Main St. N, Maple Grove
June 20 - TBA
June 21 - Washburn Fair Oaks Park: 200 E 24th St., Minneapolis
June 22 - Nokomis Park: 2401 East Minnehaha Pkwy., Minneapolis
June 27 - The Overlook, 145 N Washington St., St. Croix Falls, WI
June 28 - TBA
June 29 - TBA
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For information, e-mail cromulentshakespeare@gmail.com or call Helen at 612-251-0991.
Committed to "Embiggen the Bard," The Cromulent Shakespeare Company breathes new life into classical plays with a creative and ensemble-based approach. We encourage gender-neutral casting and are open to providing theatre opportunities to all types and skill levels.

Since its start in 1996, the company has performed all around the land of lakes in parks and small theaters.

Past Cromulent productions: Romeo & Juliet, Merry Wives of Windsor, Julius Caesar, Troilus & Cressida, Hamlet, Wyrd Sisters, Bottom's Dream, The Tempest, Richard III, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Three Sisters, Much Ado About Nothing, Titus Andronicus, King Lear, A Midsummer Night's Dream, A Comedy of Errors, As you Like It, Macbeth, Twelfth Night and Love's Labour's Lost. Adaptations, classics and new works include: Weyward Magic, Falstaff, Sense and Sensibility, Cyrano de Bergerac, Theatre 101, Monsters of Poetry, What I Wil, Robin Hood, Lysistrata Lesson, Fairy Tale Network. and the improvisational show, Stud Game.

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WYRD SISTERS
. . . the classic Discworld novel brought to the stage by The Cromulent Shakespeare Company, was part of the North American Discworld Convention (NADWCon), July 8-11, 2011, in Madison, WI. Guest of honor, Sir Terry Pratchett himself, author of the Discworld series, lauded the production.

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Past Press and Reviews
TC Daily Planet
Jay Gabler
Review
Troilus & Cressida
TC Theater Connection
Joshua Humprey
Star Tribune
Graydon Royce
Spotlight Richard III
Opening: Cromulent Shakespeare Company stages the Bard's dissertation on consummate scheming at the Minneapolis Theatre Garage.
strib
Pioneer Press
Dominic P. Papatola
'My kingdom for a hunchback!'
You can see why repertory can be difficult
Minneapolis Star Tribune
WILLIAM RANDALL BEARD, Minneapolis writer
Bethany Ford's direction captures the sharp wit of the original without losing its compassion.
City Pages
Quinton Skinner
Loves Labour's Lost is a fun comedy
CakeeaterChronicles Blog
Kathleen Nelson
It was, by far, the best Shakespeare in the Park experience I've ever had. If you have the opportunity to go to one of their performances, I would highly recommend it.
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