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Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks 2013

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Image 15

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and CST Artistic Director Barbara Gaines pose with the cast of the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through August 25, 2013.

Production  01

Production 01

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

Samuel Taylor and Paul Hurley as Dromio and Antipholus of Syracuse are shocked to encounter their long-lost twins, Jürgen Hooper and Andy Lutz as Dromio and Antipholus of Ephesus in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through  August 25, 2013.

Production 02

Production 02

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

The madcap company of The Comedy of Errors from the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production, touring to 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through August 25, 2013.

Production 3

Production 3

Photo by Michael Litchfield.

At every stop on the 18 park tour, a specially equipped truck rolls into the park, a stage unfolds and CST actors perform a 75-minute family-friendly production of The Comedy of Errors, seen here at South Shore Cultural Center in 2012.  

Production Image 04

Production Image 04

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

The madcap company in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through August 25, 2013.

Production 5

Production 5

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

Tiffany Yvonne Cox as Luciana shares a quiet moment with her sister, Lanise Antoine Shelley as Adriana, before mistaken identities threaten to pull them apart in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through August 25, 2013.

Production 6

Production 6

Photo by Michael Litchfield.

Young audience members enjoy a Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks performance in Humboldt Park from the 2012 tour. The 2013 tour is now underway through August 25, 2013.

Production 7

Production 7

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

The Bumbellini, performed by Wesley Daniel, Jacob Grubb, and P. Tucker Worley, delight audiences with acrobatics and slapstick antics in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through August 25, 2013.

Production 8

Production 8

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

A specially equipped truck rolls into each park, a stage unfolds and CST actors perform a 75-minute family-friendly production of The Comedy of Errors for Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through August 25, 2013.

Production 9

Production 9

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

The men of Ephesus share a moment of camaraderiein the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through August 25, 2013.

Production 10

Production 10

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

High jinks and confusion make for a hilarious romp in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parksproduction of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through August 25, 2013.

Production 11

Production 11

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

CST Wig and Make-up Designer, Melissa Veal does a final touch-up on Paul Hurley, who plays Antipholus of Syracuse, backstage for theChicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago , now through August 25, 2013.

Production 12

Production 12

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Alderman Walter Burnett, Jr. of the 27th Ward enjoy the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors in Eckhart Park, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through  August 25, 2013.

Production 13

Production 13

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

Mistaking him for her husband, Lanise Antoine Shelley as Adriana seduces Paul Hurley as Antipholus of Syracuse while Sam Taylor, as his confused servant Dromio of Syracuse, looks on in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parksproduction of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago , now through August 25, 2013.

Production 14

Production 14

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

The Chicago Shakespeare in the Parksproduction of The Comedy of Errors opens in Eckhart Park, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through  August 25, 2013.

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Production 16

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

Young people take in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errorsin Eckhart Park, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through  August 25, 2013.

Production 17

Production 17

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

Families and friends share a good time at theChicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago,now through  August 25, 2013.

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Production 18

Photo by Chuck Osgood.

The community joins together to experience theChicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors in Eckhart Park, presented FREE FOR ALL in 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago, now through  August 25, 2013.

Pre-Production  1

Pre-Production 1

Photo by Michael Brosilow

Samuel Taylor as Dromio of Syracuse, Tiffany Yvonne Cox as Luciana, and Jürgen Hooper as Dromio of Antipholus in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of The Comedy of Errors, directed and adapted by David H. Bell, touring July 26–August 25 throughout the Chicago Park District. For more information, including a complete schedule, visitwww.chicagoshakes.com/parks.

Announcement 1

Announcement 1

Photo by Michael Litchfield.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel poses with cast members from last year’s Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks at a press conference on Tuesday, May 14 at Garfield Park Conservatory, after the announcement of the expanded program for 2013 as part of the Chicago Park District’s “Night out in the Parks” initiative. From Humboldt Park to Garfield and Loyola Park to South Shore, Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks will tour The Comedy of Errors, FREE FOR ALL, to 18 neighborhood parks this summer. For more information, including a complete schedule, visitwww.chicagoshakes.com/parks. Actors from L to R: Tiffany Yvonne Cox, Nicholas Harazin, José Antonio García and Matthew Sherbach.

Announcement 2

Announcement 2

Photo by Michael Litchfield.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel announces the expanded Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks program at a press conference on Tuesday, May 14 at Garfield Park Conservatory, part of the Chicago Park District’s “Night out in the Parks” initiative for summer 2013. From Humboldt Park to Garfield and Loyola Park to South Shore, Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks will tour The Comedy of Errors, FREE FOR ALL, to 18 neighborhood parks this summer. For more information, including a complete schedule, visit www.chicagoshakes.com/parks. Representatives from the City and Chicago Park District included (From L to R): Commissioner of Cultural Affairs and Special Events Michelle Boone, Alderman and Chairman of the Committee on Special Events, Cultural Affairs and Recreation Walter Burnett, Alderman Deborah Graham, Chicago Park District General Superintendent & CEO Michael P. Kelly and Alderman Jason Irvin. Actors from L to R:  Nicholas Harazin, José Antonio García, Tiffany Yvonne Cox and Matthew Sherbach.


Contact Us

Alida Szabo
Director of Audience Development
aszabo@chicagoshakes.com
Chicago Shakespeare Theater
Media Office
312.667.4968

Cathy Taylor
cathy@cathytaylorpr.com
Cathy Taylor Public Relations
773.564.9564

Chicago Shakespeare Theater
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