Photo: Tammy Werber and Kenzie Burton-Wing,  play the twin servants both named Dromio, who work for twin brothers both named Antiphilous,  separated as babies now accidently reunited in comedy.Photo: James Sweet plays Pinch the self proclaimed doctor is hired cure the madness of confused twins. Photo: Persais Jencks plays Adrianna  who confuses her husband's unknown twin Antiphilous of Syracuse, played by Joseph Page, for her husband. All Photo by Shana Page

Persais Jencks plays Adrianna  who confuses her husband’s unknown twin Antiphilous of Syracuse, played by Joseph Page, for her husband. Photo by Shana Page

Recycled Shakespeare Company has planned a far-out take on Shakespeare’s “A Comedy of Errors.” Set in the 1960s this play is free and open to all, with the option to reserve the best seats by donating $10.

Photo: Tammy Werber and Kenzie Burton-Wing,  play the twin servants both named Dromio, who work for twin brothers both named Antiphilous,  separated as babies now accidently reunited in comedy. Photo: James Sweet plays Pinch the self proclaimed doctor is hired cure the madness of confused twins.

James Sweet plays Pinch the self proclaimed doctor is hired cure the madness of confused twins. Photo by Shana Page

On Friday, June 7, catch the perennial favorite Pizza and a Play at Fairfield House of Pizza in Fairfield, the show starts at 7 p.m.

On Saturday, June 8, check out the performance at 7 p.m. at the Children’s Discovery Museum at 7 Eustis Parkway in Waterville.

If you prefer an earlier show, see it at 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 9,  at South Parish Congregational Church UCC, 9 Church St. in Augusta.

This play is directed by Joshua Fournier- Pike and Cathe Ayres.

Donations accepted to keep RSC presenting free theater and educational opportunities throughout Maine.

The non-profit organization is a grassroots unified community Shakespeare theater company that incorporates environmental awareness into all its productions. They believe there should be no barriers to the enjoyment of theater thus every play is free and open to all and everyone who wants a part gets a part – all this while creating quality entertainment since 2014.

For more information or to reserve a seat call Lyn Rowden at 207-314-4730.

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