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Sep 28, 2010 · Love's Labour's Lost (Globe Theatre Version) (2010) 2h 47min |Comedy|Video 28 September 2010. Four young men swear off love in order to focus on their studies, only to have their plans go awry when four lovely ladies enter their lives. Writer:
Joanne White Joanne White. We were just privileged to see your marvelous performance of Love's Labors Lost at Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley, CA. My 7 year old son accompanied me (his 1st Shakespeare Play!) and was tremendously impressed by both the actors and the musicians.
https://globeplayer.tv/videos/love-s-labour-s-lostPerfomed at Shakespeare's Globe in 2007 and revived in 2009, the joyful production of Love's Labour's Lost ...
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May 25, 2012 · The plot of Love's Labour's Lost is familiar enough, but this production, by Deafinitely Theatre and directed by Paula Garfield, is a first: the first full-length Shakespeare play to be performed...
Now available on DVD: Opus Arte OA1035D. Using every kind of verbal gymnastics to poke fun, Shakespeare's most intellectual comedy is brought to hilarious li...
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Love's Labour's Lost (1985) (TV) (The BBC version) is one of Shakespeare's early comedies, given a respectful interpretation by the BBC. The film was directed by Elijah Moshinsky. Here's what I copied and pasted from my review of the movie from The Globe Theatre production of LLL: Love's Labour's Lost (Globe Theatre Version) (2010) (V) isn't one of Shakespeare's great comedies.
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Love's Labor's Lost. Summary. The King of Navarre and his three schoolmates vow to embrace their studies—and not embrace girls—for three whole years. But the instant they take that vow, the Princess of France arrives with her three beautiful attendants, and all bets are off. Shakespeare’s delightful romantic comedy is an unabashed celebration of innocence, idealism, and the sweet folly of young love.
Love's Labour's Lost is, along with Shakespeare's The Tempest, a play without any obvious sources. Some possible influences on Love's Labour's Lost can be found in the early plays of John Lyly, Robert Wilson's The Cobbler's Prophecy (c. 1590) and Pierre de la Primaudaye's L'Academie française (1577).
Love's Labour's Lost. When the King of Navarre and his three courtiers forswear all pleasure - particularly of the female variety - in favour of a life of study, the arrival of the Princess of France and her ladies plays havoc with their intentions. Rent for £7.99. SUBSCRIBE.
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