The Comedy of Errors
This is Shakespeare's first play. Two sets of twins, two sons of a nobleman and two sons of the lower class are separated during the sinking of their ship. The play begins on an ominous note when Aegeon must pay a ransom for his life to the Duke of Ephesus or die. Yet when Antipholus and Dromio of Syracuse arrive in Ephesus the fun begins. Unbeknown to the characters, the other Antipholus and Dromio live in Ephesus. All sorts of confusing, but funny, situations take place throughout this great play.