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Performed: 6-9 July 1989; William Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" was presented by the drama department under the direction of Wayne Claeren. The play takes place in the streets of Ephesus and tells the story of two sets of identical twins who were accidently separated at birth. Scenic and lighting designer was Carlton Ward, costume and makeup designer was Freddy Clements, technical director was David Keefer, stage manager was Joyce Tate, and assistant stage manager was Betty Jeanne Gosdin. This item is contained within the Whitton drama production materials.
This performance was held at the University Amphitheatre adjacent to the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center.
- Tina Seals -- Sophia
- Steven Whitton -- Aegeon
- Dan Driggers -- Officer
- Tony Bright -- Guard
- David A. Smith -- Antipholus of Ephesus
- Scott Croley -- Antipholus of Syracuse
- John Spillman -- Dromio of Ephesus
- Drew Reeves -- Dromio of Syracuse
- Cynthia Raye Burchfield -- Adriana
- Laurel Read -- Luciana
- Freddy Clements -- First Merchant
- Shane McGriff -- Angelo
- Dennis Lashbrook -- Balthasar
- Betty Jeanne Gosdin -- Nell
- Terry Gosdin -- Merchant
- Kimberley Thornton -- Courtezan
- Reynods Wolf -- Pinch
- Theresa V. Kimball -- Emilia
- George Spelvin -- Headsman
- Elizabeth Attinger, Beverly Attinger, Tim Attinger, Ron Attinger -- Minstrels
Is Part Of
The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.
Jacksonville State University -- History, College and school drama, Theater programs
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Jacksonville State University, "Comedy of Errors (1989) | Program" (1989). Department of Theatre & Film Performance Archive. 9.