The Classic Closer

The third and final event of the season features a Shakespearean classic with a modern twist.

Comedy of Errors

Cone Man Running Founder Christine Weems directs an all-female cast for Comedy of Errors.

February 17-25, 2017 8pm
Studio 101 Spring Street Studios

Two sets of twins. Separated at birth. What could go wrong? 

Fighting, dancing, and high jinx will occur. Grab a seat and lose your identity in one of Shakespeare's early comedies.

$20 General

$12 Student/Senior/Teacher

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Directed by Christine Weems



Katherine Rinaldi


Jada August

Antipholus of Syracuse

Ruth McCleskey

Dromio of Syracuse

Autumn Clack

Antipholus of Ephesus

Mary Zuzik Andrechik

Dromio of Ephesus

Rachel Rubin


Helen Rios


Jacquelyn Johnson


Adrianna Dominguez


Stephanie Kelso

First Merchant/Amelia

Caprice Carter

Second Merchant/Pinch

Kacie Adams


Mary Masquelette

Katherine Rinaldi is excited to be working with Boiling Point Players for their second all female Shakespeare.  Recent credits include This is Modern Art(Selena), and The Redemption Series with The Landing Theatre Company, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena) with Boiling Point Players, The Children’s Hour (Karen Wright) Playhouse 1960, and Okay Better Best (Anne) with Cone Man Running Productions.  In 2010 Katherine graduated with her BA in Drama from University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas; and has studied Meisner and Shakespeare at The Kim Tobin Acting Studio.

Jada August loving this opportunity to work with the Boiling Point Players! Credits include decades of independent film, theater, TV and radio. I enjoy being able to play so many different characters from angelic to naughty, from physical comedy to straight up drama. Now that I'm retired I get to try even more fun things!

Ruth S. McCleskey graduated from the University of Houston, magna cum laude, with a degree in theater. Amongst her favorite theater credits: Improvised Play x3, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Importance of Eating Earnest, In Juliet’s Garden, Secrets of a Soccer Mom, Sylvia, Hedda Gabler in Hedda Gabler, The Truth of a Lie at the Heart of a Deception, Wizard of Oz, The AntiChrist Cometh, Macbeth Mixup, Three Bags Full, Romeo and Juliet, The Nerd, Sordid Lives, Pinocchio Commedia, You Can't Take It With You, Romantic Comedy, Carl the Second, and Blueness/Grayness. She also performs in the two person long form improv group Ophelia’s Rope ( and is a co-founder of Boiling Point Players (  

Autumn Clack is very excited to be playing a Shakespearean male again! Originally from Houston, Autumn got her BFA in Theatre from Adelphi University in New York and studied at London Dramatic Academy. She studied improv with Massive Creativity and is currently one half of the improv duo Ophelia's Rope with Ruth S McCleskey. She is also a co-founder of Boiling Point Players. Some favorite past roles include Orderly/Amanda/Muse, An Improvised Play x 3, Boiling Point Players; Lysander, A Midsummer Night's Dream (all female cast), Boiling Point Players; Lindsay, Give/Take, Cone Man Running Productions; Esther, Pollywog, Mildred's Umbrella Theatre Company; Marcie/Lily, The Beebo Brinker Chronicles, Celebration Theatre; Nicole, Large Animal Games, Mildred's Umbrella Theatre Company; Teresa, The Jeweler's Shop, John Paul II Forum.

Mary Zuzik Andrechik began acting on stage at 13 years old, and since then, has been seen all over the country.  Her early roles were mainly in comedies and musicals, like Mrs. Banks (Mary Poppins), Ado Annie (Oklahoma), Elaine (Arsenic and Old Lace), and Anna in The King and I. As an adult, she moved to California and portrayed Mary in It's a Wonderful Life, Brenda in John Patrick Shanley's Four Dogs and a Bone, and Sorel in Noel Coward's Hay Fever, for which she received an Aldea Award nomination. On the east coast, Mary appeared in the original productions Flights of Fancy (Jessica), and in the debut production of Hard Luck Sings the Blues, as Penelope, a role she originated. In Texas, Mary has been seen as Julie in the mystery-thriller Something to Hide, Eve Harrington in The Wisdom of Eve (the play that inspired the film, All About Eve), Tracy Lord in The Philadelphia Story, and most recently as the delightful ding-a-ling Peggy in Neil Simon's Come Blow Your Horn. Comedy of Errors is Mary's Shakespearean debut.

Rachel Rubin is thrilled to play with the bard once again with this amazing group of people. Previous Houston acting credits include My So Called Monday’s (Angela Chase) at Rec Room,  Tamarie for President (Barbie, ensemble) at the Catastrophic Theater, The Christians (Choir Member) at the Alley Theatre, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Puck) at Boiling Point Players, University of Tamarie (Chorus) at Catastrophic Theatre, What Every Girl Should Know (Theresa) at Obsidian Art Space, A Very Tamarie Christmas (Chorus) at Catastrophic Theatre, Really Really (Grace) at Black Lab Theatre and Winter Wonderettes (Cindy Lou) at Houston Family Arts Center. She also has designed costumes for The Odd Couple at Texas Repertory Theater Company, Tigers Be Still at Black Lab Theater and Cassandra at Mildred’s Umbrella Theater Company. In addition, Rachel served as the Associate Director of Black Lab Theatre where she, amongst other credits, was the Assistant Director for Black Lab Theatre and Stages Repertory Theatre’s co-production of Bad Jews. Rachel earned her BFA in Musical Theater from Nebraska Wesleyan University.

Helen Rios is beyond thrilled to work with Boiling Point Players again! Graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a BA in Drama, she has recently appeared on stage in the sketch comedy, Not Toronto Players, and as Venus in Nuncupo at Mildred Umbrella’s Museum of Dysfuntion. Some of her favorite roles include: Catherine in Theatre Southwest’s A View from the Bridge; Gloria in Playhouse 1960’s Boeing Boeing; Phoebe in Shakespeare in the Shade’s As You Like It; Feste in UST’s Twelfth Night; and Hermia in Boiling Point Player’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. She would like to thank her family and friends for all their support.

Jacquelyn Johnson is a Houstonian transplant, hailing from beautiful Boulder Colorado. There, she received her undergraduate degree in English education and minored in acting and directing at Colorado State University. She has appeared in numerous performances but a few favorites include The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde (Gwendolyn), a devised version of Little women by Louisa May Alcott (Beth), an all female cast of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare (Sebastian), and a devised version of Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery (The Rose). She currently teaches high school AP literature and AVID where she enjoys alarming the youth of today through her great enthusiasm for bringing literature alive.

Adriana Dominguez is excited to be back with Boiling Point Players again! Audiences may remember her as Ginny in 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, Person 2 in The Train and Daphne #24 in Next! Her other theatre credits include- Obsidian Theatre: El Nogalar (Anita). Mildred's Umbrella: The Frizzies (Director), Julie (Director), After Midnight, Before Dawn (Director), The Conquest of Guernica (Director). Sam Houston State University: The Stonewater Rapture (Director), Asleep on the Wind (Rootie), Trojan Women (Ensemble/Chorus), Dying For It (Serafima), Playhouse Creatures (Mrs. Elizabeth Berry). Adriana is an actor/director from Houston, TX with a BFA in Theatre: Acting and Directing emphasis from Sam Houston State University.

Stephanie Kelso is thrilled to be rocking the sock again with Boiling Point Players. Favorite testosterone-laden roles include Francis Flute in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Boiling Point Players) Sir Lawrence Wargrave in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None (Simmons College), and Malvolio in Twelfth Night (Simmons College). Stephanie works as an after-school math tutor with The Clinic For Academic Therapy in Bellaire.

Kacie Adams is pleased to once again have the opportunity to work with Boiling Point Players and Christine Weems. Other performances include The Five Minute Mile 2016, The Armageddon Dance Party, Nunsense, The Wizard of Oz, and The Complete History of America (Abridged). She sends many, many thanks to all in attendance, and a "break a leg!" to the wonderful cast.

Caprice Carter is a native Houstonian who is delighted to be performing with Boiling Point Players in her first Shakespearean production. Recent credits include A Christmas Story with Clear Creek Community Theatre. She is a student at the University of Houston studying Communications and Journalism while also training in theatre and on-camera acting outside of school. Caprice would like to thank everyone involved with the production and is proud to be working with Boiling Point Players in A Comedy of Errors.

Mary Masquelette is delighted to have this opportunity to join in on a Boiling Point Players production for the very first time! Mary is no stranger to playing a man in a Shakespeare production, having played Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing. Her other credits include roles in Rope, Excalibur, The Little Mermaid, Our Town, and The Diary of Anne Frank, as well as appearances in one-act anthologies like the 10x10 Showcase and A Dysfunctional Family Album. She would like to give heartfelt thanks to spectacular cast-mates, director, crew members, and everyone who helped make the show possible.

Bailey is excited to be back with BPP in the new year! She has previously performed with them in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and their Fight Night cabaret. She was most recently seen in Theatre Suburbia’s production of Rose & Walsh. Previous credits include performances with Cone Man Running (The Show Might Go On; Smattering 8), Queensbury Theatre (Break of Noon), Theatre Southwest (A Philadelphia Story), Company OnStage (Frost/Nixon), and Upstage Theatre (The Three Musketeers; A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol).

Christine Weems directed Boiling Point's inaugural production, Secrets of a Soccer Mom and as well as last season's all female A Midsummer Night's Dream.  She is a founding member of Cone Man Running Productions which won the Houston Press Masterminds awards this year!  Recent acting credits are mostly sketch (hooray!).  Recent directing credits include Sunday on the Rocks, The Right Kind of People, As Bees in Honey Drown, The Importance of Eating Earnest, Ruthless! the Musical.  She is artistic director of the Cone Man's Spontaneous Smattering 24 hour play festival series as well as Playhouse 1960's Short Play Festival.  Much love to the men in her life that make this all possible - her husband and sons, Michael, Tommy, Jack and Sammy.