Love's Labor's Lost | Critical Review by Margaret Lael Mikesell

This literature criticism consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis & critique of Love's Labor's Lost.
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Critical Review by Margaret Lael Mikesell

SOURCE: Mikesell, Margaret Lael. Review of Love's Labour's Lost. Shakespeare Bulletin (spring-summer 2003): 46.

In the following review, Mikesell evaluates Sarah Megan Thomas's 2003 Thirteenth Night Theatre Company production of Love's Labour's Lost at the Tribeca Playhouse in New York.

Sarah Megan Thomas, Producer, Artistic Director, and Birona (aka Berowne) in this production of Love's Labor's Lost, released the following “mission” statement: her company “aims to increase the accessibility of theatrical performances by exploring classical theatre from contemporary perspectives,” and it “encourages its audiences to discover connections between the generations of ‘then’ and ‘now’. …” Love's Labor's Lost is an excellent project for the company, being verbose and knotty even by Shakespearean standards, with a rather uneventful plot that postpones the expected weddings at play's...

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