A comic knot of mistaken identities.
The Comedy of Errors is Jay’s fifth show with Seattle Shakespeare Company. His other credits with Seattle Shakespeare Company include last fall’s Twelfth Night, as well as Love’s Labour’s Lost (2013), Much Ado About Nothing (2013), and Richard II (2014). He has also been fortunate to perform in other local productions, such as Book-It Repertory Theatre’s The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, Arts on the Waterfront’s Waiting for Godot as Vladimir, and the Washington Ensemble Theatre’s Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys. Jay holds a BA in Drama and in Psychology from the University of Washington, where he performed in various productions including Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, Eurydice, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and Rough Magic, among others.
A pair of twins on a lovesick island turns everyone inside out with romance.
Shakespeare’s lyrical tale of an ill-suited king toppled from his throne.
Shakespeare's vibrant comic celebration of romance will have you cheering when love eventually wins out.
Brainy resolve gets derailed by love for four pairs of lovers in Shakespeare’s romantic comedy.