A scene from Love's Labour's Lost
(© John Haynes)
A scene from Love's Labour's Lost
(© John Haynes)
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre will conclude its U.S. two-month U.S. tour of Love's Labour's Lost with an engagement at the Michael Schimmel Center at Pace University, December 8-21, with an opening set for December 10. Dominic Dromgoole directs.

The play centers on a quartet of noblemen who vow to swear off female companionship, but find their oaths are strained when they are visited by a princess and her entourage. The touring production stars Michelle Terry as The Princess of France and Trystan Gravelle as Berowne, along with Seroca Davis (Moth), Christopher Godwin (Holofernes), William Mannering (Longaville), Rhiannon Oliver (Jacquenetta), and Andrew Vincent (Dull).

The cast also includes Jade Anouka (Maria), Phil Cumbus (Ferdinand), Jack Farthing (Dumaine), Patrick Godfrey (Sir Nathaniel), Fergal McElherron (Costard), Thomasin Rand (Rosaline), Paul Ready (Don Armado), Siân Robins-Grace (Katherine), and Tom Stuart (Boyet).The production is designed by Jonathan Fensom with music by Claire van Kampen.

For more information, visit www.shakespeares-globe.org.