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LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST Original Cast Recording Now Available Digitally

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LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST Original Cast Recording Now Available DigitallyThe original cast recording for the new musical adaptation of William Shakespeare's LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST by Alex Timbers and Michael Friedman as seen in the Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park production last summer is now available on iTunes.

The official description of LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST is as follows: "In LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, romance, revelry and enchanting music ignite in this contemporary yet lovingly faithful musical adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy. The King and his best buds decide at their five-year college reunion to swear off the joys of women. But when four cute, clever girls from their past show up, they're forced to reconsider all of that nonsense! Smart, sexy, outrageous and irreverent, LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST is a madcap celebration of true love and coming of age. LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST was developed in collaboration with Les Freres Corbusier."

The cast for LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST includes: Daniel Breaker (King of Navarre), Kevin Del Aguila (Dull), Colin Donnell (Berowne), Rachel Dratch (Holofernes), Andrew Durand (Boyet), Kimiko Glenn (Maria), Jeff Hiller (Nathaniel), Rebecca Naomi Jones (Jaquenetta), Justin Levine (Moth), Patti Murin (Princess), Lucas Near-Verbrugghe (Dumaine), Bryce Pinkham (Longaville), Charlie Pollock (Costard), Caesar Samayoa (Don Armado), Maria Thayer (Rosaline) and Audrey Lynn Weston (Katherine). The non-equity ensemble featured Michael R. Douglass and Bradley Gibson.

Order the original cast recording of LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST on iTunes here and Amazon here.

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