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THE COMEDY OF ERRORS COMING TO TWIN CITIES AREA PARKS IN JUNE
April 30, 2014—Cromulent Shakespeare Company presents free performances of The Comedy of Errors in Twin Cities area parks this June. When two sets of twins separated at birth and unknown to one another—one rich and one poor--wind up in the same city, it’s mix-ups and mayhem Shakespeare style. Directed by David Schlosser, this production of Shakespeare’s merry farce makes the most of the play’s timeless jokes and physical comedy.
“What better way to celebrate the 450th birth year of William Shakespeare, than watching the silly chaos brought about by arrests, confused relatives and swindled merchants in The Comedy of Errors,” says Schlosser. “So grab the kids and a blanket or lawn chair and join us in the park as a great cast brings one of the Bard’s best slapstick comedies to life.”
The Comedy of Errors schedule – 7 p.m., -- 2 p.m. Sundays
Sun., June 1, 2 pm - Lyndale Park Rose Gardens: 4124 Roseway Rd., Minneapolis
Fri., June 6, 7 pm – Powderhorn Park, 3400 15th Ave S, Minneapolis
Sun, June 8, 2 pm - Minnehaha Falls: 4965 South Minnehaha Dr., Minneapolis
Fri., June 13, 7 pm - Merriam Park, 2000 St. Anthony Ave., St. Paul
Sat., June 14, 7 pm - Kenwood Park: 2101 Franklin Ave. W, Minneapolis
Sun., June 15, 2 pm - Lyndale Park Rose Gardens: 4124 Roseway Rd., Minneapolis
Wed., June 18, 7 pm - Maple Grove Town Green: 7991 Main St. N, Maple Grove
Fri., June 20, 7 pm - Veterans Memorial Park: 6335 Portland Ave., Richfield
Sat., June 21, 7 pm - Washburn Fair Oaks Park: 200 E 24th St., Minneapolis
Sun., June 22, 2 pm - Nokomis Park: 2401 East Minnehaha Pkwy., Minneapolis
Fri., June 27, 7 pm - The Overlook, 145 N Washington St. (Hwy 70), St. Croix Falls, WI
Sat., June 28, 7 pm – Jefferson Park: 6700 Thomas Ave., Richfield
Sun., June 29, 2 pm - Augsburg Park: 7000 Nicollet Ave., Richfield
The Cromulent Shakespeare Company breathes new life into classic plays with a creative and ensemble-based approach. Since its start in 1996, the company has committed to "Embiggen the Bard," and has performed all around the land of lakes in parks and small theaters. Recent Cromulent productions include: Romeo & Juliet, Merry Wives of Windsor, Julius Caesar, Troilus and Cressida, Hamlet, Wyrd Sisters, The Tempest, Richard III and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
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