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 Friday November 20, 2009 / 1:00pm.
Currently at The Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center
- Full Price:
- $25 - $55
- Our Price:
- $15 - $20
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Featured review from S.B.
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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 the first act, but the storyline became clear through the acting and very clever staging, which was funny and entertaining, and so well done that it left me wanting to study of the play further. It was helpful to read the synopsis in the program before the play began. The performance merited a well deserved standing ovation! The venue is wonderful with plenty of free parking in front. I would highly recommend this first class Shakespearian experience.
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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
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.