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The Baron’s Men is a small, independently funded community theater dedicated to research of the Elizabethan theater and the performance of plays from that period. The troupe’s first production was a very brief version of Henry V that was performed for friends and other historical enthusiasts. That was followed by more ambitious endeavors: Much Ado About Nothing, also performed privately, and the present production of The Comedy of Errors, their first public performance. The Baron’s Men is fortunate to be allowed the use of The Curtain Theater, a replica of Shakespeare’s Globe, on the property of Mr. Richard Garriott.
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