Shakespeare Mash-Up Holiday of Errors (or Much Ado About Stockings)
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All offers for Holiday of Errors (or Much Ado About Stockings) have expired.
The last date listed for Holiday of Errors (or Much Ado About Stockings) was Friday December 20, 2013 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Center Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $92.00 - $148.00
- Our Price:
- $46.00 - $74.00
Love and deception are at the heart of the Seattle Shakespeare Company's latest season. With this four-play subscription, you'll have the chance to take in three beloved plays by the Bard, plus Moliere's comedic masterpiece, Tartuffe. Twelfth Night, Shakespeare's comedy of mistaken identity, cross-dressing and misplaced affections, kicks things off. Up next, Shakespeare's gritty, dark comedy Measure for Measure explores sin, desire and virtue. French playwright Moliere takes over for a bit, with his laugh-out-loud tale of a seductive swindler in Tartuffe. The final play is one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies, Othello, the story a master manipulator who deceives a military leader into believing his wife has been unfaithful. As a subscriber, you'll also receive special benefits (please see the full event description for details). Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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Great production and a lot of talent displayed! Frustrastion of working with a limited budget. Costumes were great given what they had, but it was obvious the production has no money. This is typical of small community theatre. The sets, and technical effects are minimal. I have seen theatres like this not survive. It is such a shame. If you appreciate the art of live theatre, come out and support this worthy group, in an effort to keep them alive and to facilitate their ongoing success and growth. This is definitely one of the better ones. We, the community are responsible to keep them going!!!
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I had no idea what to expect from this experience. It was really a great satire on life itself, a play on a play. The story message withing the play was deep. I got it, but I'm not sure everyone else did. Non the less my friend and I enjoyed...continued
By Frank Lawler and Daniel Flint
This play has mild innuendo, but is otherwise appropriate for all audiences.