A Benefit Staged Reading of

Love’s Labour’s Lost

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By William Shakespeare

Directed by Louis Fantasia

Sunday, APRIL 28th at 3PM

It's spring and everyone is in love! What could possibly go wrong? Just ask William Shakespeare, whose Love's Labour's Lost sparkles with wit and romps including love letters delivered to the wrong lovers, Spanish swains, country maids, and really, really bad love poetry, courtesy of the Bard's love struck characters.

Join us in the Shakespeare Center Studio Theatre at 2:30PM for the official announcement of Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles’ summer production!

The reading will be followed by a discussion with Louis Fantasia about his new book Playing Shakespeare’s Lovers, a compilation of articles examining Shakespeare’s lovers contributed by notable actors, directors, educators and scholars. A book signing and reception will take place in the lobby directly after the discussion.

$30 general admission
$49 VIP includes Valet parking
$15 for students (Student ID required at door)

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Age restriction: 12 and up
Time: 90 minutes without an intermission

King of Navarre  Travis Goodman
Berowne  Paul David Story
Longaville   Atoki Ileka
Dumaine   Ben Atkinson
Princess of France   Nora Eschenheimer
Rosaline   Desiree Mee Jung
Maria   Noelle Dominique Rodriguez
Katherine   Samantha Miller
Boyet   Mark Bramhall
Forester   Alex Rotaru
Nathaniel   Joel Asher
Holofernes   Christian Baskous
Don Armardo   Chris Rivera
Dull   Michael Naishtut
Moth   Max Vadset
Marcade   Don DeForest Paul
Costard   Daniel DeYoung
Jacquenetta   Kelsey Deanne

Proceeds support The Shakespeare Center's Veterans In Art and Will Power to Youth programs. These nationally recognized arts-based employment initiatives provide jobs to unemployed veterans and underserved youth.

The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles
1238 West 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026
(866)710-8942 M-F 6am-6pm

Free parking on evenings and weekends is available on the streets around The Shakespeare Center. Free valet parking is available for VIP ticketed patrons. Paid self-parking can be found in lots on Beaudry on the corners of 1st Street, a short walk to The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles.