The Broad Stage Presents a Special Two-Week Engagement of Love's Labour's Lost by Legendary Shakespeare's Globe Theatre for the Thanksgiving Holiday, November 19th - 29th, 2009
Opening Night - Friday, November 20th with after-party at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel
Exclusive Partnerships include Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel and KCRW 89.9.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Following their heralded tour of Measure for Measure in 2005, the venerable Shakespeare's Globe Theatre of London returns to Los Angeles from November 19th through November 29th, with the triumphant production of William Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost, presented by The Broad Stage and KCRW, and directed by Shakespeare's Globe Artistic Director, Dominic Dromgoole. This is the first American tour under Mr. Dromgoole's stewardship and the first theatrical run for The Broad Stage during its second season.
This production, the hit of the Globe's 2007 season, will premiere at The Broad Stage November 19th - 29th with a sold-out preview performance on November 19th. Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel will host the Opening Night Party on Friday, November 20th, with media sponsor, Los Angeles Magazine. Eat, drink and be carried away at Ocean and Vine at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel with an exclusive Broad Stage pre-theater dining experience, a glass of wine, appetizer, entree and complimentary valet parking for $28.
Directed by Dominic Dromgoole, this production has designs by Jonathan Fensom and music by Claire van Kampen. Love's Labour's Lost will employ Renaissance staging, costume and music.
About The Broad Stage:
Under the leadership of Director Dale Franzen and Artistic Chair Dustin Hoffman, The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center opened its doors in Santa Monica in October 2008. Inspired by Italian "horseshoe" theaters, The Broad Stage is an artist's dream and an audience's delight. Unlike any performance space in the country, it is sublimely intimate with 499-seats and strikingly grand at the same time - allowing eye contact with artists from the boxes to the back row - forging a new kind of artist and audience experience in Los Angeles. Theater, dance, film, operas, musicals, symphony and chamber orchestras are presented on one of the city's largest proscenium stages.
Tickets: Range from $25 - $125 available online at www.theBroadStage.com, 310.434.3200. Parking is free. The Broad Stage season runs from September 4, 2009 through May 21, 2010.
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SOURCE The Broad Stage