Hubbard Hall

Shakespeare's "Love's Labour's Lost" July 19 (Summer 2015)

Description

Summer Touring Shakespeare
"Love's Labour's Lost"

IN THE EVENT OF HEAVY RAIN, TONIGHT'S PERFORMANCE MAY MOVE TO HUBBARD HALL MAINSTAGE...LOOK FOR SIGNS or check Facebook for updates!

Sunday,  July 19 – Cambridge Community Garden, Cambridge, NY
Special option for this performance: Roundhouse Picnic ordering details
All shows at 7 p.m.

Also:
Friday July 17 and Saturday, July 18 – Cambridge Community Garden, Cambridge, NY - Fine Arts Festival Weekend
Wednesday, July 22 – Salem Art Works, Salem, NY
Thursday, July 23 –Georgi Museum, Shushan, NY
Friday, July 24 – Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester, VT
Saturday, July 25 – Hoosick Falls Commons, Hoosick Falls, NY
Sunday, July 26 – Greenwich Commons, Greenwich, NY

A summer tradition returns! In this hilarious romantic comedy, four young men swear off partying and women in order to devote themselves entirely to study – until four beautiful young women arrive in their backyard.  With some of Shakespeare’s richest and wittiest word play, Love’s Labour’s Lost is the perfect summer treat, as a whole cadre of crazy characters fall in love and find that winning each other’s hearts takes more than just words.  Set in Bryant Park during NY Fashion Week in the 1980’s, this bubbly production will feature some of the ‘80’s brightest pop music and keep you laughing with young Love.

The Hubbard Hall’s touring production of Love’s Labour’s Lost will begin Friday, Saturday and Sunday night (July 17-19) at 7 PM in the Cambridge Community Garden located on Washington Street. Performances continue with a regional tour through July 26. Admission is free to the public.

IN THE EVENT OF HEAVY RAIN, TONIGHT'S PERFORMANCE MAY MOVE TO HUBBARD HALL MAINSTAGE...LOOK FOR SIGNS or check Facebook for updates!

“Experiencing Shakespeare in the gorgeous setting of the garden will be an extraordinary experience.  Audiences can reserve a picnic dinner in advance, catered by Roundhouse Bakery Café, and revel in this wonderful evening amongst the flowers, gardens and Shakespeare’s wonderful words.”  - David Snider

 

 

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