Venue Details

The Broad Stage
Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center 1310 11th St Santa Monica, CA 90401
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4.7 / 5 Rated by 7 members
Review from David L.
Red Velvet 270 events 147 reviews

Outstanding. It was a great production....set, music, timing, costumes....the whole experience.
Don't miss this if you can get a seat.

reviewed Nov 20 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Jason Millward
26 events 9 reviews

Wonderful staging and fully competent actors. The reason for only 3 stars- I felt the slapstick approach was too overplayed.

reviewed Nov 20 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from S.B.
20 events 6 reviews

This production was absolutely delightful! The first surprise began in the lobby before the play even began, which set the tone that would follow. Not being a student of Shakespeare, I found it difficult to completely follow the rapid dialogue in...continued

reviewed Nov 20 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Howard
22 events 4 reviews

This was not up to the level of the past two productions that the London Globe brought to America. There was a noticable drop in the previous Globe level with a new director who chose slapstick staging, especially the fart scenes and bread...continued

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You haven’t seen Shakespeare until you’ve seen Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Direct from London, Love’s Labour’s Lost is a celebration of young love. It’s also a festive parade of every weapon in the playwright’s comic arsenal from excruciating cross-purposes to silly impersonations.

In this timeless comedy, the King of Navarre persuades three friends to join him in a vow of celibacy so they can concentrate on their studies—what they didn’t anticipate was a visit from the beautiful princess of France and her three gorgeous ladies-in-waiting.

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