Reminder: Theater 2020’s Comedy of Errors Opens Tomorrow

Theater 2020’s innovative production of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors (cast shown in photo) opens tomorrow (Friday, May 4) at 8:00 p.m. at the Cranberry Street Theater Space, Assumption Church, 55 Cranberry Street. More details are here.

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  • GivingTree

    As a neighbor in the building next door to the church, I am wondering how disruptive this is going to be. In the past, when the church has hosted big parties well into the night we have had noise problems. While we are certainly very happy for the performers, we hope you will be respectful of the little kids that will be at home and trying to sleep during the hours of your performances and do whatever you can to make sure the performance and your guests are not too loud and are respectful of the neighbors. thanks!

  • David Fuller

    If your kids are 4 or older they should come to a Sunday matinee. The play lasts less than 90 minutes. We expect to continue our ongoing respect for the neighborhood.

  • princess

    We have been rehearsing for a month in the space, so if we haven’t disturbed yet…it won’t happen! :)

    I know what you mean though…there was a party at Plymouth Chruch across the street one night and we could here them down in the basement. Yikes!

    If you’re kids are 4 years or olders and like puppets, you should check it out at

  • Giving Tree

    Thank you very much for being respectful, we do appreciate that. The parties held in the Plymouth Church space are really awful. It seems only to occur a few times a year, but when they do it is like have a dj in our living room, and the loud music continues until midnight. we, and other neighbors, have filed multiple noise complaints but it doesn’t seem to do any good. I don’t think they should be able to have such loud parties that go so late into the night in a residential neighborhood.

    Anyway, good luck with your performance. Unfortunately all the kids in this building are babies! We did have a few nights when rehearsals (or maybe just actors hanging outside) were a bit loud for us, but it was only once or twice.

  • Knight

    Giving Tree: You can’t complain about one church’s activities, so you switch to complaining about another’s?! Realize that you come off as sounding really petty. You do live in a city, not a suburb.

  • GivingTree

    My apologies if I have come across as sounding petty. I greatly appreciate both of these churches, in general. I will say, however, that I would be shocked if there.was a single resident on my block who did not agree with my complaint about the parties. at the Plymouth Church. the noise is not “oh wow, fireworks in the distance, too loud.” It is so loud that my Windows rattle and floorboards shake for the 5 hours the music is playing.

  • David Fuller

    We’ve opened and our audiences are having a wonderful time! See our puppets on Youtube:

  • David Fuller