A Comedy Of Errors – William Shakespeare, c. 1594
★★★★ (out of five)
Though I doubt many Shakespeare buffs put A Comedy Of Errors on their Bard Top Ten list, I have to ask: Does any comedy of his deliver the same measure of pure silly delight as this early farce? It’s not going to win anyone a Tony, no, but can you imagine an audience of youngsters having more fun watching another Shakespeare play?
Heck, I like it. More than that, I admire it. I said it, and now I’ll try to explain why I think you should, too.