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LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Jason and Lauren Morgan

 

KING FERDINAND OF NAVARRE...................................................................................Thomas Fletcher

BEROWNE, LORD ATTENDING THE KING...........................................................................Carter Frost

LONGAVILLE, LORD ATTENDING THE KING.........................................................Christopher Reaves

DUMAINE, LORD ATTENDING THE KING...............................................................................Alex Krus

PRINCESS OF FRANCE...........................................................................................................Lauren Morgan

ROSALINE, LADIES ATTENDING THE PRINCESS.......................................................Ashlie Kirkpatrick

MARIA, LADIES ATTENDING THE PRINCESS...........................................................Rene Sarradet Fuller

KATHERINE, LADIES ATTENDING THE PRINCESS.........................................................Chelsea Duncan

BOYET, A LORD ATTENDING THE PRINCESS....................................................................Bryan Douglas

MONSIEUR MARCADE..............................................................................................................G. Mike West

DON ADRIANO DE ARMADO.....................................................................................................Tyler Shults

MOTH, HIS PAGE...........................................................................................................................Charissa Lee

HOLOFEREMES, A SCHOOLMASTER...........................................................................................Art Peden

SIR NATHANIEL, A CURATE..................................................................................................Eddie Zertuche

ANTHONY DULL..................................................................................................................Delmar H. Dolbier

COSTARD, A CLOWN................................................................................................................ Jason Morgan

JAQUENETTA, A DAIRYMAID...............................................................................................Briannon Scott

 

Program

 

Loves Labour's Lost

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Berowne, King Ferdinand, Dumaine, and Longaville

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Boyet, King Ferdinand, Berowne, Longaville, and Dumaine

 

Longaville

Dull and Costard

 

Love's Labour's Lost

Rosaline, Princess Of France, Maria, and Katherine

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Don Adriano De Armado and Moth

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Don Adriano De Armado

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Jaquenetta, Dull, Costard, Don Adriano De Armado and Moth

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Princess of France and Boyet

 

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Katherine, Rosaline, Princess Of France, and Maria

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Katherine, Rosaline, and Princess Of France

 

King Ferdinand, Longaville, Berowne, and Dumaine

 

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Rosaline and Berowne

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Boyet, Maria, and Princess Of France

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Berowne and Costard

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Dull, Princess Of France, Maria, and Rosaline

 

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Boyet

 

Loves Labour's Lost

Holoferemes and Sir Nathaniel

 

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The Letters Scene

 

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The Suitors

 

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The Play Within A Play

 

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Don Adriano De Armado

 

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The Chase

 

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Princess Of France and Monsieur Marcade

 

Loves Labour's Lost

The Lover's Goodbyes

 

The End

 

"What distinguishes this production, though, from others is that a rather impressive understanding of the language joins the comedy inherent in the storyline. The problem with performing Shakespeare is that he wrote in such an odd language and that often renders modern theater practitioners to never fully understand what the Bard was saying. " Theater Jones

 

"The stage direction by director/actors Jason and Lauren Morgan is impressive. Often managing a glut of characters on stage all engaged in separate, yet often intertwining, actions, the Morgan’s bring a clear vision of the madcap action to this production, and it’s all the better for it." Theater Jones

 

"this production of Love's Labour's Lost is a good one, with strong performances, a fast pace, and enough action to keep folks interested."  John Garcia's The Column

 

"There is a lot of love and labor in the Stolen Shakespeare Guild's production of the comedy Love's Labour's Lost, now at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center." Star Telegram

 

"The direction by husband and wife Jason and Lauren Morgan is brisk and lively with some especially nice touches in the more physically manic scenes." Star Telegram

 

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