Production History

The Comedy of Errors
Comedy Collage

By William Shakespeare

Live, virtual readings Mar 18, 19 and 20 at 7pm 

Directed by Risa Brainin
Music and Sound by Peter Vitale

Featuring Sarah Agnew, Jasmine Bracey, Cristina Florencia Castro, Sun Mee Chomet, Mo Perry and Sally Wingert

At a time of profound division around identity and origin, this comedy explores the richness of finding love in unexpected places and the challenges of immigrating to new lands. Filled with zany confusion, the play asks questions relevant for today: How do any of us really know who we are—or what day it is, for that matter?

The e-program can be found here.

"We Loved it! It was such a shower of wonderful language, wonderful direction and acting and your signature madcap twist on things. Thank one and all for a marvelous evening." – Judy

"Fascinating interpretation of a familiar Shakespeare work. It was loved by our entire family, from ages 9 to 73! Thanks very much." – Barry

"Thank you. It was so delightful! We live in Grand Marais and with zoom we are able to enjoy your theater." – Hillary

"So well cast, beautifully directed, entertaining, really fun to watch and listen to. Sound emphasis and costumes were superb. Details and timing impeccable. Just the entire design and execution was superb. Thank you." – Regina

"Dedicated to Everyone, everyone who contributed to the performance of A Comedy of Errors. I laughed and cried when I attended from my sofa last night. My spirits restored knowing TTT is alive!" – Sieglinde

"Thank you!! This performance was absolutely wonderful! I think I miss live theater more than anything else since the pandemic started. This so helped! You received a standing ovation from me!!" – Tammi

"My daughter and I watched together, she at college and me in Minneapolis, texting at the good bits. We both loved it!" – Barbara

"It was brilliant, hilarious, and an ingenious use of virtual reality. It made me feel as if the play in virtual reality was just as good and in some ways better than in person (but of course that's not quite true but still...) Thank you all." – David

"Love your work! Acting was wonderful - and the show worked very well on Zoom. Frankly, one of the clearest productions of the play I've ever seen! Thanks for all you do." – Meri

"Playful, original and clever. I thought it was one of the best things you’ve done—I would watch it again if I could. Thanks to everyone involved." – Mary