Jazz it Up with Shakespeare in the Park

comedy of errors

This spring, immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Shakespeare with Take Note Troupe’s Jazz Age-inspired rendition of “A Comedy of Errors.” Experience the play’s delightful chaos, set in the roaring ’20s, featuring flapper fashion and speakeasy vibes. The plot revolves around two sets of identical twins, accidentally separated at birth and reunited in a series of comic misunderstandings and mistaken identities, leading to a cascade of laughter and lively entertainment.

Catch the performances at these locations:

May 24, 25 at Auburn School Park Preserve, 55 College Way, Auburn
May 28, 29 at Fair Oaks Park – Baseball/Softball Diamond, 11549 Fair Oaks Boulevard, Fair Oaks
May 30, 31, June 1 at Zittel Family Amphitheater, 200 Wool St, Folsom Historic District
June 6, 7, 8 at Quarry Park Amphitheater, 4000 Rocklin Road, Rocklin

All shows begin at 7:30pm and are free to attend. Arrive between 6:30 pm and 7:15 pm to secure a prime spot. Bring low-backed chairs or a picnic blanket, and consider enjoying a meal from a nearby eatery during the show. This event is an ideal outing for families, friends, and anyone looking to spend an evening under the stars while enjoying one of Shakespeare’s most entertaining plays. Mark your calendars for this unforgettable theatrical experience!

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