A Comedy of Errors

TCOE_Poster_061516-smallConfetti Stage and Ten Broeck Mansion present

by William Shakespeare
directed by John A. Nickles
assistant directed by Lucy Breyer

All performances to be held outdoors at
Ten Broeck Mansion
9 Ten Broeck Place in Albany, NY.

August 5-6 & 11-13 @ 7:30pm
August 7 & 14 @ 2:00pm

General Admission: $15
Children & Student Admission: $8
**FREE performances on Tuesday, August 7th @ 2:00pm & Thursday, August 11th @ 7:30pm**

Confetti Stage returns to the gardens of Ten Broeck Mansion with an hilarious presentation of one of Shakespeare’s first plays.

Antipholus of Ephesus is having a really bad day. First, his faithful servant Dromio of Ephesus reports on strange requests he never made, and then his wife barricades him out of his mansion. Before long, the police are after him, and an overzealous exorcist is flinging holy water in his face.

Are dark supernatural forces at work? Or could it be that Antipholus of Syracuse, his long-lost twin brother, has arrived in town with his own servant Dromio–who happens to be the twin of his brother’s servant–and is causing all sorts of mayhem around town!? Presented in the style of classic, slapstick comedy, this tale twins and mistaken identities is sure to have audiences laughing hard!

Guests are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets and enjoy their evening with a picnic dinner under the stars. Light refreshments will be available to purchase at all performances.

PARKING: Secure parking is located behind Ten Broeck Mansion. First come, first served. The entrance is located on Livingston Avenue. Handicap parking is available in front of the building.