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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Theater Review

A pair of tennis shoes hangs over a power line that connects to a streetlamp. The houses and shops speak of Europe, though a variety of foreign elements suggests a country at the crossroads of many cultures. This is where American Players Theatre (APT) has set its production of Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors, in a place of international intrigue in the late-1930s or early-1940s.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Theater Preview

As the curtain falls on the standard theater season, Spring Green's American Players Theatre kicks off the summer season with a preview performance of The Comedy of Errors on Saturday, June 6. One of Shakespeare's lighter comedies, The Comedy of Errors could all too easily be done with a light shrug and the right comedic posture, but director Bill Brown isn't allowing that to happen. Brown opened the initia...

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