The Conservatory Presents 'Bomb-itty of Errors'

The Conservatory Presents Bomb-itty of Errors

The Webster University Conservatory of Theatre Arts presents Bomb-itty of Errors Dec. 5-8 and 12-15 on Stage III on the Webster Groves campus.

Created by Jordan Allen-Dutton, Jason Catalano, Gregory J. Qaiyum, Jeffrey Qaiyum, and Erik Weiner, this is an award-winning Ad-Rap-Tation, hip-hop theatre retelling of Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors.

The show lasts one hour and thirty minutes and is part play and part rap concert. Refreshingly current but retaining the integrity of the original.

"Bomb-itty of Errors gives the bard's slapstick farce a Generation-Y rejuvenation...scores very high on sexy-party index...You're carried along by the energetic tumble of words." - The Wall Street Journal

Showtimes and Tickets

Dec. 5-8, Dec. 12-15
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 7:30 p.m.
Matinees Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m.
Stage III

To purchase tickets to all Conservatory of Theatre Arts productions please visit our new online ticketing center at  Ticket reservations can also be made by calling the Fine Arts Hotline at (314) 968-7128.

Webster Students, Faculty, and Staff Free with a valid ID
$15 for Adults
$7 for Seniors, Alumni, and Non-Webster Students
$2 for children 12 and under

About the Conservatory of Theatre Arts

Part of Webster University's Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, the Conservatory of Theatre Arts is a professional training program for acting, musical theatre, directing, theatre studies and dramaturgy, design, technical theatre and stage management. It has been training theatre students for the professional world for over half a century.

The Conservatory selects students through auditions and theatre festivals nationwide, and also hosts auditions on campus. All candidates for admission must complete the audition/portfolio review process to be considered.

One of the distinguishing elements of Webster's Conservatory is its integrated association with professional theatre companies, two of which are located on campus: The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. Webster also enjoys a one of a kind association with St. Louis professional theatre organizations including, The MunyVariety: the Children's Charity, and Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis.

For more information about the Conservatory of Theatre Arts, please visit here.




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