Love Labour’s Lost is one of Shakespeare’s lightest comedies, and this RSC production is visually sumptuous and accessible.
Love's Labour's Lost
Royal Shakespeare Company
Shakespeare’s sharp comedy, Love’s Labour’s Lost, gets brought to life at London’s iconic Globe Theater.
When the King of Navarre and his three courtiers forswear all pleasure - particularly of the female variety - in favor of a life of study, the arrival of the Princess of France and her ladies plays havoc with their intentions.
Artistic Director Dominic Dromgoole’s highly entertaining production leaps off the stage with visual humor and sexual innuendo, giving the verbal gymnastics of Shakespeare’s play an equally rich reimagining on stage.
This production includes original music by Clare van Kampen.
Philip Cumbus (King of Navarre), Trystan Gravelle (Berowne), William Mannering (Longaville), Jack Farthing (Dumaine), Michelle Terry (Princess of France), Thomasin Rand (Rosaline), (Director), (Director), (Writer)