Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in Love's Labour's Lost
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The last date listed for Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in Love's Labour's Lost was Thursday November 5, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Cal Performances' Zellerbach Hall:
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- $30.00 - $65.00
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For over 250 years, Handel's Messiah has stood as one of the most beloved works in classical music history. This year, the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra honors the joyous holiday season with a performance of this monumental celebration of faith and the human experience. The orchestra will be conducted by Nicholas McGegan, who has beautifully interpreted Handel's Messiah for over 20 years. They'll be joined onstage by the Philharmonia Chorale and distinguished guest soloists, who color Handel's various movements with rich tones and passionate intensity. Experience the true meaning of the season at this uplifting concert as you thrill to the blazing trumpets, thundering timpani and a chorus of heavenly voices. Learn More
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Beautiful staging, gorgeous costumes, fantastic acting, and undoubtedly a clever play, but at least where we were sitting, we could barely hear the dialogue so most of it was lost on us. We left at intermission. Zellerbach may just be too large a venue for this type of play, at least without amplification.
Shakespeare's boisterous send-up of all those who try to turn their back on life is a mighty display of every weapon in the youthful playwright's comic arsenal, from excruciating cross-purposes and impersonations, to drunkenness, bust-ups, and pratfalls. Even more, it is a joyful banquet of language, groaning with puns, rhymes, bizarre syntax, grotesque coinages, and parodies.
This heady combination receives royal treatment from the famed Globe—the world's pre-eminent exponent of the Bard's immortal works—and was a hit during the company's 2007 season. Directed by the Globe's artistic director Dominic Dromgoole, with designs by Jonathan Fensom and music by Claire van Kampen, the Globe's production "mixes bare-faced cheek with bare-cheeked bottoms" (The Guardian, London), employing Renaissance staging, costumes, and music.
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