Audition Notice: The Comedy of Errors
Directed by Rachel Speth

Synopsis: Two pair of twins each search for lost siblings: Antiphonus for Antiphonus, while his servant, Dromio, searches for his twin Dromio. Misadventures, mistaken identity and shenanigans ensue!


Auditions: Please audition with one dramatic and one comedic classical monologue of your choosing. The monologues must be 1-2 minutes long.

Virtual Auditions: Available by request. These will be scheduled for Wed 5/22 and Thurs 5/23. Please contact cmarvinstrong@gmail.com to set up your zoom audition. In your message, please include your first & last name and which roles you are interested in.

Self-Tape Auditions: Self-tapes due to cmarvinstrong@gmail.com by Thurs 5/23. In your message, please include your first & last name and which roles you are interested in.

Callbacks: In-person on Tue 5/28 at the Helen Borgers Theater, 4250 Atlantic Ave. Long Beach, CA 90807.


Rehearsals: Start June 1st, weekdays 7 - 10 PM and weekends 11 - 5 PM at the Helen Borgers Theater. The first week of rehearsals will be on Zoom.

Tech: July 6th - 11th, Opening: July 12th

Performances (11): July 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 26th, 27th, 28th, August 3rd

Strike: August 4th


Character Breakdowns:

Antipholus of Syracuse: A traveler in search of his mother and his brother, (20-30ish). A bit naive, but trying their best to not be a fish out of water. A model child.

Dromio of Syracuse: Antipholus of Syracuse’s servant, (20-30ish). Grew up with Antipholus like a brother but is still at his beck and call. They can also be a bit naive like Antipholus but have an edge by being more street savvy. Very comedic role.

Antipholus of Ephesus: A citizen of Ephesus, (20-30ish). A man’s man. He’s the type in modern days that likes to frequent the strip joints. Is never around for his poor wife.

Dromio of Ephesus: Antipholus of Ephesus’s servant, (20-30ish). Another comedic role. Pretends to be more of a mess than he is because they get a kick out of being punished, whether it’s by Luce or Antipholous.

Adriana: Antipholus of Ephesus’s wife, (20-40ish). Loves her husband but he’s never around. Still she does everything she can to grab his attention back to her. She is not going to give up without a fight.

Luciana: Adriana’s sister, (20-40ish). Single and independent. Luciana would rather just sit quietly and read a book then deal with the dramas of married life. Tries to be the voice of reason to her sister, but she never listens.

Luce (aka Nell): Kitchen-maid betrothed to Dromio of Ephesus, (20s-40s). Street smart, savvy, and doesn’t take any crap from anyone. Keeps Dromio on a short leash.

Egeon: A merchant from Syracuse Solinus, (50+). Egeon is a merchant who was separated from their wife and child in a shipwreck. They come to Syracuse and are apprehended due to strict outsider laws. They try to gain sympathy from the Duke by telling their tragic story. Very big monologue at beginning and sets up the exposition of the play.

Duke of Ephesus: The voice of authority in Ephesus, (30s+). Very intimidating but does have a heart.


*Please note LBSC is a non paying and not equity theater. *