Win FOUR tickets, second row center to watch The Comedy of Errors at the Averitt Center on January 17, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.. Take one set of identical twins separated since birth, add a second set as their servants, and throw them all into the same town for a single day. Confusion abounds and hilarity ensues as everyone in town tries to figure out why these people are behaving so strangely today. The Comedy of Errors, one of William Shakespeare’s earliest, and shortest, comedies, is filled with mistaken identity, slapstick humor and witty dialogue worthy of the Bard. The play is presented by the National Players, the longest-running classical touring company in the United States. The troupe earned rave reviews for its performance of Of Mice and Men at the Emma Kelly Theater last season. There is no better way to experience and truly understand Shakespeare than to see it performed on stage.