New World Shakespeare Company produces classic scripts with modern interpretations to relate to audiences more directly.  Each production benefits a charitable campaign for a local cause that relates to the theme of the show.

​​​New World Shakespeare Company

This classic comedy of mistaken identity is over the rainbow in this modern version set in the beach scene of 1969.

Comedy of Errors

​              Performances August 6-16

    Thurs- Sat @ 7 pm      Sundays @ 5 pm

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All tickets purchased through this website may be picked up at will-call on the night of the performance.

New World Shakespeare Company produces classic scripts with modern interpretations to relate to audiences more directly.  Each production benefits a charitable campaign for a local cause that relates to the theme of the show.

About New World Shakespere Company

 

News & Events

Free Community Preview

August 6th  @ 7 PM

$10 Donation Appreciated


PFLAG Benefit Performance

​August 13th @ 7 PM

Free Admission.  $15 Suggested Donation.  All Donations are Appreciated.


 Cast & Crew

 

Duke – Cathy Ostler
Aegeon – Michael Allen Gray
Amilia – Beth Bruner
Antipholus of Ephesus -- Chris Kucera

Antipholus of Syracuse – Jeff Stinson
Dromio of Ephesus --Christian Maestas

Dromio of Syracuse – Jillian Brenner
Adriana – Shauna Cordy
Luciana – Sara Jade Woodhouse
Nell – Elise Hanson
Balthazar – Tonya Budge
Angelo – Min Pike
Courtesan --Ariel Ulloa Gonzalez
Delayed Merchant – Todd Woolston
Minion -- Kelli Budge
Doctor Pinch –Todd Woolston

Gaoler,  Officers, and other  Townspeople & Minions


​Director - Beth Bruner

Producers - Blayne Wiley & Dustin Kennedy

Set Design - Jacob Bruner

Costume Design - Beth Bruner & Cast

Lighting Design - David Bruner

​Lighting Technician - Alec Budge

Sound Technician -  Alex Coltrin


Special Thanks to:

Charisse Baxter

Dan & Mary Brassard

Jeff Davis


​All NWSC casting is non-gender, race or age specific.  


All are welcome!



 

Comedy of Errors         Summer 2015

         Directed by Beth Bruner