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Beersheva opens with Shakespeare

Shakespeare's boisterous Comedy of Errors is the story of two sets of identical twins separated at birth by a storm at sea.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 4, 2008 11:46

 
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Shakespeare's boisterous Comedy of Errors is the story of two sets of identical twins separated at birth by a storm at sea. One set of twins is nobly born, the other pair are their servants. When masters and servants arrive in the same city, ignorant of one another's presence, confusion piles on confusion until the happy end. The Beersheva Theater production of the play opens its 2008/'09 season. Director Natan Datner, who is also the theater's general manager, has set the action in Havana, Cuba - the birthplace of rum, mambo, salsa and the cha-cha. The play opens November 23, inaugurating the theater's new and permanent home in the Center for the Performing Arts Beersheva.

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