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“Sure, these are but imaginary wiles/And Lapland sorcerers inhabit here.”

The Comedy of Errors Act Four By Dennis Abrams —————————————— Act Four:  Antipholus E accuses Angelo of not delivering the gold chain as promised – t which Angelo denies (having given it to Antipholus S by mistake) denies, and instead … Continue reading

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“If thou hadst been Dromio today in my place,/Thou wouldst have changed thy face for a name, or thy name for an ass.”

The Comedy of Errors Acts Two and Three By Dennis Abrams Act Two:  Furious that her husband has not arrived for dinner, Adriana hears from Dromio E that his master (the wrong one, of course) is behaving oddly (naturally).  They … Continue reading

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