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Shakespeare’s greatest boys-versus-girls, pinky-swear-to-the-death, ridiculously-accented comedy comes to the Madison Country Day School amphitheater for two rollicking weekends this summer.

“For where is any author in the world teaches such beauty as a woman’s eye?”

Directed by Annie Jay.

Performed outdoors at the spacious Madison Country Day School amphitheater at 5606 River Road in Waunakee. Bring your own lawn blanket, cushion, or chair for best comfort!

“Peace, peace, forbear! Your oath once broke, you force not to forswear.”

Performance time approximately 90 minutes, no intermission. Because love hurts but Shakespeare comedy shouldn’t be painful!

Friday August 9, 6:30 PM
Saturday August 10, 5:00 PM
Sunday August 11, 5:00 PM
Friday August 16, 6:30 PM
Saturday August 17, 5:00 PM
Sunday August 18, 5:00 PM

Cast of characters:
Princess of France – Kyla Vaughan
Ferdinand – Warren Stern
Rosaline – Laura Kochanowski
Biron – Jason Compton
Katharine – Madeleine O’Keefe
Dumain – Mitch Taylor
Maria – Emma Hinker
Longaville – Henry Zavos
Boyet – Travis Bedard
Costard – John Jajewski
Jaquenetta – Isabelle Blank
Don Adriano de Armado – Chad Fifer
Moth – Lauren Iverson
Sir Nathaniel – Christian Neuhaus
Constable Anthony Dull – Aaron Snook

Carry-in policy: Food and beverage is allowed, but no alcoholic beverages or glass bottles/containers, please.

Rain policy: Love’s Labour’s Lost will be performed in conditions up to and including moderate rain. In the event of cancelation or postponement, tickets will be honored at a future Madison Shakespeare Company performance.