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Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Comedy of Mirrors’ by Mike Spain

The Pallas Theatre Collective production of William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Mirrors does exactly what a comedy is supposed to do, make you laugh. The laughs come often from the talented casts’ interpretation and delivery of Shakespeare’s scripts. The laughs sneak up to you as well in some of the costumes, such as a TSA […]

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Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘The Comedy of Mirrors’ by Tracey Elaine Chessum and Teresa Ann Virginia Bayer

Pallas Theatre Collective returns to the Capital Fringe Festival to present a hilarious, family-friendly interpretation of Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors after their highly praised first season debut with The Many Women of Troy. Pallas’s production of The Comedy of Mirrors by William Shakespeare features two actors doing double duty as two sets of twins, doubling and troubling the way we think about […]

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