Theater review: Oklahoma Shakespeare doubles the pleasure with The Bard’s madcap ‘Comedy of Errors’

Oklahoma Shakespeare is doubling the pleasure and the fun with the short and sweet “The Comedy of Errors.”
Set in the Greek coastal city of Ephesus in the 1920s, the show opens as Aegeon (David Pasto), a merchant from the rival city of Syracuse, is arrested for illegal entry.Read more on NewsOK.com

Oklahoma Shakespeare is doubling the pleasure and the fun with the short and sweet “The Comedy of Errors.”

Set in the Greek coastal city of Ephesus in the 1920s, the show opens as Aegeon (David Pasto), a merchant from the rival city of Syracuse, is arrested for illegal entry.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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