LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST
By William Shakespeare
DIRECTED BY MATT RADFORD DAVIES
JULY 7 - NOVEMBER 24
The King of Navarre and his three "schoolmates" are ripe for an education in love from the Princess of France and her three ladies. Joining the lovers is a gloriously goofy troupe of clowns, including the love-warrior Don Armado and the lust-sick rogue Costard, who ardently pursue the affections of a winsome country maid - and who perform an unforgettable pageant for the royals. This giddy and extravagant romantic comedy is Shakespeare's most exuberant wordfest - a joyful carnival of love, loss, and hope.
Talk Back with actors after each Thursday evening performance
Pay-What-You-Will Performances July 7 and 9
Pre-show lectures October 4 and 19