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Chase What Flies Presents William Shakespeare's Hilarious And Heartfelt LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST


Chase What Flies Presents William Shakespeare's Hilarious And Heartfelt LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST

From the team that brought you last year's chilling and poignant production of RICHARD the SECOND comes a hilarious and heartwarming new venture: William Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost. LA classical theatre ensemble Chase What Flies welcomes you to the court of Navarre, where love is forbidden (and all but inevitable). Come join some of Shakespeare's most lovable oddballs as they navigate big feelings, big plans, and the uncertainty of life.

Consisting of actors and artists from some of LA's finest theatres, Chase What Flies comes together to share progressive, poignant stories through the universality found in classic Plays and Words. Love's Labour's Lost endeavors to bring joy, silliness and hope to our audiences this holiday season, reminding us how love can change our lives mostly for the better. Join us at the Lounge Theatre in Hollywood - tickets are only $15 in advance, $20 at the door!

directed by
Taylor Jackson Ross*

at The Lounge Theatre
6201 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038


Nov. 30-Dec. 16
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 3pm
One Thursday Performance: Dec. 13 at 8pm


Kaite Brandt as Sir Nathaniel
John Cody Fasano as Longaville
Doug Harvey* as King
Ken Ivy as Moth
Jordan Klomp* as Berowne
Julie Lanctot as Rosaline
Maia Luer as Maria
Kelvin Morales as Dumain
Kristina Mueller* as Don Armado
Tiana Randall-Quant as Princess
Cameron Rose as Costard
Megan Ruble as Katharine
William Gray Schierholt* as Boyet
Alex Sheldon as Dull
Talya Sindel as Jaquenetta
Tippi Thomas* as Holofernes

Text Consultant: Susan Angelo*
Costume Design: Rachel Harmon
Lighting Design: Bri Patillo
Scenic Design: Cameron Rose
Mask Design: Alex Sheldon
Logo Design: Sky Wahl
Producer/Stage Manager: Frank Weidner*

*Members of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. This production is being presented under the auspices of the Actors' Equity Association Los Angeles Self-Produced Code


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