Eric Seale, left, playing Dromio, is fish-slapped by Alex Maddox, playing Antipholus of Syracuse in the SummerFest production of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors. The fish-slap is a Monty Python element.
Eric Seale, left, playing Dromio, is fish-slapped by Alex Maddox, playing Antipholus of Syracuse in the SummerFest production of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors. The fish-slap is a Monty Python element. Herald-Leader
Eric Seale, left, playing Dromio, is fish-slapped by Alex Maddox, playing Antipholus of Syracuse in the SummerFest production of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors. The fish-slap is a Monty Python element. Herald-Leader

SummerFest's Shakespeare play, 'Comedy of Errors,' gets a Monty Python update

July 16, 2015 11:11 AM

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