Love's Labor's Lost
by Rosedale Shakespeare
Oct. 17 - Nov. 02
This fall, Rosedale Shakespeare will be producing Love's Labour's Lost! This quirky, language-obsessed comedy portrays what happens when a resolution that seemed like a good idea at the time collides with a blossoming youthful infatuation. The play remixes the classic Shakespearean comic elements of love at first sight, mistaken identity, and hilarious eavesdropping. It also defies assumptions about gender and class that would have been common in Shakespeare's time. The play's women are stronger and smarter than the men, and the lower-class characters have far more sense than the higher-class ones. You'll enjoy chuckling at the bumbling of a country clown, but the noblemen's antics will make you question who the real buffoon is! Come join us in the colorful and lively court of Navarre.
Joseph Clingan: Berowne, Dull
Katie Beth Stubbs: Princess of France
Hayley Armstrong: Rosaline, Sir Nathaniel
Nick Ivons: King Ferdinand of Navarre, Holofernes
Heidi Penix: Don Adriano de Armado, Maria
Levi Gore: Costard, Longaville
Lemons Clemons: Boyet, Moth
Anna Carvalho: Dumaine, Jaquenetta
Christa Sablic: Katherine, Marçade
This cast has a wonderful mixture of amazing new actors and brilliant RS veterans. We are so excited to welcome Hayley, Levi, Lemons, and Christa, who are new to acting on the Ramsey Park stage. Our returning actors are Joseph (Cymbeline, Troilus and Cressida); Katie Beth (Cymbeline, Twelfth Night); Nick (Macbeth); Heidi (Cymbeline, Twelfth Night, Much Ado about Nothing); and Anna (Macbeth.) After taking in the talent at callbacks this Sunday, we cannot wait for you to see what this cast can do!
Rosedale Shakespeare is a sponsored project of the Austin Creative Alliance, a non-profit arts service organization.
October 17 - November 02, 2019
4301 N. Rosedale Avenue
Austin, TX, 78756
October 17 - November 2, 2019, Thursdays - Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
Ramsey Park Pavilion, an open-air, picnic-friendly venue at 4301 N. Rosedale Ave, Austin, TX, 78756)
Free to the public, no reservations required, donations accepted.