Shake & Bake: Love’s Labour’s Lost to End Run

Off-Broadway News   Shake & Bake: Love’s Labour’s Lost to End Run
 
The production, which serves audiences an eight-course tasting menu during the performance, will end its run in January.
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Love's Labour's Lost

Shake & Bake: Love’s Labour’s Lost will conclude its limited Off-Broadway run January 6, 2019. The immersive production is presented in a performance space at 94 Gansevoort Street, where the audience is served an eight-course tasting menu during the show.

Read: SPEND A 2-SHOW DAY AT SHAKE & BAKE: LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST

Dan Swern directs the production that features movement by Victoria Rae Sook. Shake & Bake is currently working to bring the production to other cities, while also developing other Shakespeare works for New York audiences. Love’s Labour’s Lost began previews October 2.

The cast includes Oge Agulué as Longaville, Mary Glen Fredrick as Rosaline, Matthew Goodrich as Berowne, Rami Margron as Maria/Costard, Charles Osborne as Don Adriano de Armado/Boyet, Darren Ritchie as King Ferdinand of Navarre, Victoria Rae Sook as Princess of France, and Joe Ventricelli as Chef. Understudies are Alex Spieth and Alan Trinca.

Love’s Labour’s Lost has production design by Shawn Lewis. Justin West (L’Elisir d’Amore) serves as associate designer.

Visit shakeandbaketheatre.com/ticket-info.

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