Venue Details

58 Star Starred
Festival Amphitheatre
Located in Euclid Park 12762 Main St. Garden Grove, CA 92840
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13 events
11 reviews
2 stars
lots of local eats to grab a bite after the show if you like
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13 events
11 reviews
2 stars
lot parking is limited and street parking fills up quickly, so leave time to look for parking if the event is likely sold out
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"The Comedy of Errors"
45 ratings
4.5 average rating
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519 events
424 reviews
604 stars
attended Aug 11 2011

Overall enjoyable, although it was sometimes a little difficult to hear or understand some of the actors. It would also have been nice if each of the twin actors looked a little more a like, but maybe they didn't have much to chose from. A good...continued

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493 events
173 reviews
68 stars
attended Aug 18 2011

Fun performance. Some of it a little over the top.

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23 events
5 reviews
16 stars
attended Aug 18 2011

Lively, spirited, production in intimate, but cool, outdoor venue. Costumes were colorful and caught ones attention. Actors, appeared to be mostly college students and professors, gave a rousing performance filled with laughs and more laughs. Very...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“This Errors is Truly Flawless” —L.A.
“Fast-Paced and Lively” —Play
“Expert comedy is so rare, it must be applauded and appreciated when it’s achieved. The best way of doing so is by allowing yourself to experience the enjoyment this outstanding production has to offer.” —The Orange County Register


Hey, you’ve got the wrong guy!

It’s a farce! A father’s quest to the Beverly Hills of the Ancient World in search of a long lost son results in travesties of mistaken identity between long separated twins. One twin’s world is a dream-the other’s world is well … he’s in the doghouse.

Add a second set of twins, and it’s double the trouble, and double the fun. In the end, romantic comedy prevails and all’s well that ends well.