William Shakespeare quite possibly would have found it humorous when a person might refer to a ridiculous situation with the phrase “a comedy of errors.” He might chuckle because the phrase would later be derived from one of his earliest works, “The Comedy of Errors,” which is rife with puns and wordplay throughout. Shakespeare in the Vines version of the comedic play will open this weekend and promises to be a good one, according to director Alejandro Lang. “If you miss this one, you are going to miss one heck of a great time,” Lang said. In the play, Antiphonus and his servant Dromio search for their long lost twins. “(They) find themselves in the same city on the same day,” Lang said. “The confusion begins when the people of the town mistake who is who.