The Venetian Twins
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|The Venetian Twins|
|Written by||Carlo Goldoni|
The Venetian Twins (Italian - I due gemelli veneziani, or "The two Venetian twins") is a 1747 play by Carlo Goldoni, based on Plautus's Menaechmi. Recent productions include one at the Watermill Theatre and a 1993 production directed by Michael Bogdanov for the Royal Shakespeare Company.  The play has also been adapted and staged as a 1979 Australian two-act musical comedy. The play was performed by Greene Shoots Theatre at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at C Venues (main) in August 2010. Shakespeare & Company (Massachusetts) is presenting it in English as part of its outdoor Bankside Festival, June 29-August 27, 2011, at Lenox, Massachusetts.
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