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Mercury Theatre Announces Full Cast For William Shakespeares ‘The Comedy Of Errors’

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The Mercury Theatre announces the full cast for William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors in celebration of their 50th Anniversary. 

In Shakespeare’s screwball comedy, two sets of twins separated at birth unwittingly find themselves in the same city on the same day, leading to a string of mistaken identities and chaotic mishaps 

Creative Director Ryan McBryde says today “It’s really exciting to be able to announce a cast for The Comedy of Errors that features an actual pair of twins alongside our hugely talented players for the Bard’s very own madcap comedy! Rehearsals start next month and we’re really looking forward to creating a production set in the Golden Jazz Age, taking influences from The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Great Gatsby. The show will celebrate our 50th anniversary and will feature a brilliant score of vintage pop tracks arranged by our fabulous Musical Director Jess Dives.”  

LISTINGS: 

Danielle Bird and Nichole Bird (Dromio of Syracuse and Dromio of Ephesus) 

Daniel Burke (Antipholus of Syracuse) 

Jessica Dives (Emilia/Nell) 

Rosalind Ford (Adriana/Balthazar) 

 Lucy Keirl (Luciana/Nestor/Officer) 

 Michael Lambourne (Egeon/Angelo/Dr Pinch) 

 Mike Slader (Antipholus of Ephesus) 

Aaliyah Zhane (Duke Solinus/Calypso) 

Director: Ryan McBryde; Assistant Director:  Michael Cottrell; Designer: James Button; Lighting Designer: Ben Cracknell; Sound Designer: Ella Wahlström; Musical Director: Jessica Dives; Movement Director: Michaela Meazza; Fight Director: Haruka Kuroda; Casting Director: Marc Frankum. 

The Comedy of Errors is the perfect way to celebrate 50 years of The Mercury Theatre and promises to be a hilarious night out for the whole family. 

Further information: The Comedy Of Errors - Mercury Theatre

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