Nashville Shakespeare Festival presents "The Comedy of Errors"
The Comedy of Errors will be interpreted in ASL. Plan to go early for the fun! There are food trucks on site or you can bring a picnic dinner. The show is free, but there is a suggested $10 donation to the Nashville Shakespeare Festival at the gate. There is a reserved seating section house left/stage right for Deaf/HH/Interpreter/ASL students. Look for the interpreter's podium. Kids are welcome! So are dogs! Come have fun!
Shakespeare’s shortest and zaniest play gets a uniquely Nashville spin with original music by David Olney, Lari White, Stan Lawrence and Jack Kingsley. Set in an Ephesus that looks a lot like Nashville in the late 1960s, this family-friendly comedy will get your toes tapping and your belly laughing. Two sets of identical twins, a troupe of madcap characters and a kicking country band will make this one of the most memorable evenings you’ll have this summer.
Food & drink vendors open at 6:00pm
Talking Shakespeare with nightly special guest speakers begins at 6:00 p.m.
Preshow entertainment begins at 6:30 p.m.
Performance begins at 7:30 p.m.