By Ellie Wise
Student intern, Office of Campbellsville University Communications
Campbellsville University’s Department of Theatre and Dance, Town Hall Productions and Heritage Children Services will present “The Comedy of Errors” May 12-14 in Campbellsville University’s Student Activity Center parking lot, 106 University Drive, at 8 p.m.
In case of rain, the show will be in Russ Mobley Theater. Food trucks will be available prior to performances.
The synopsis of the play is as follows: After both being separated from their twins in a shipwreck, Antipholus and his servant, Dromio, go to Ephesus to find them. The other set of twins lives in Ephesus, and the new arrivals cause a series of incidents of mistaken identity. At the end, the twins find each other and their parents and resolve all of the problems caused earlier.
The cast of this production includes: Kelli Stanfield, 2006 and 2010 graduate of Campbellsville University, as Antipholus of Syracuse; Lacy May, 2012 graduate of Campbellsville University as Antipholus of Ephesus; Abigail Tollison, a junior from Glasgow, playing Dromio of Syracuse; Lauren Phillips, a senior from Campbellsville, as Dromio of Ephesus; Khalil Baker, a senior from Campbellsville, as Adriana (Adrienne); Gavin Johnson, a junior from Campbellsville, as Luciana (Luc); Jon Hieneman, assistant general counsel for QuadMed, as Egeon; Emma-Kait Grider, a junior from Columbia, as Emilia; Chris Gibbs, IT infrastructure manager in the Office of Information Technology at Campbellsville University, as Duke Solinus; Priscilla Wilson, a sophomore from Lebanon, playing Balthasar; England Blye, a senior from Louisville, as Angelo; Channing Young, a sophomore from Lebanon, as 1st Merchant; Holly Jo Evans, a senior from Cannon, as 2nd Merchant; Spencer Ingram, a junior from Mt Eden, Dr. Pinch; Morgan Rayhill, a senior from Shepherdsville, as Luce; Sinjin Fuchs, a junior from Eubank, as Courtesan; Emily Burchett, a high school senior from Taylor County High School, as Servant/Officer Ensemble; Hannah Williamson, a sophomore from Munfordville, as Jailor; Colin Harris, a sophomore from Campbellsville, Colin Harris; and Isaac Rogers, a high school senior from Taylor County High School, as Young Egeon/Ensemble.
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