Antipholus and Dromio are bewildered. Everywhere they go, they seem to have already been there. And the more they try to unravel the lunatic events around them, the more farcical their lives become. It's double the laughter and twice the fun in Shakespeare's hysterical comedy of, not one, but two sets of twins and the shenanigans swirling around them.
Shakespearean plays may contain a small amount of the Bard's usual innuendo and double entendres, as well as very mild violence. This play is appropriate for almost all audiences.