Capital Classics: Bringing professional, classical theatre to greater Hartford since 1991.

Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival Presents "Love's Labour's Lost"

Capital Classics will be staging of "Love's Labour's Lost" — as part of the Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival — for three weekends (July 13-30, 2017), outdoors on the grounds of the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, Connecticut.

In “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” Capital Classics will bring its spirited, raucous performance style to this rambunctious comedy of love, as a cast of characters stumble and bumble its way in pursuit of love with true Shakespearean silliness and joy.

Directed by David Watson, associate professor of theatre at the Hartt School, performances of "Love's Labour's Lost" will be held on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 5:30 p.m.

For 27 years, we've build our reputation for making Shakespeare accessible to the thousands of fans that turn out each summer with their family and friends — and picnic baskets to enjoy outdoor "Shakespeare under the stars."

Be sure to keep up to date on our Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival and other exciting events (like our "Shakespeare Book Club" discussions at the Noah Webster Library in West Hartford) by following us on Facebook or by subscribing to our e-newsletter list.

A Hartford Tradition for over 25 Years!

From its early days performing in Hartford's Bushnell Park to its present home on the pastoral campus of the University of Saint Joseph, our newly named Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival has produced accessible and engaging quality entertainment since 1991. Click to learn more about our history.

Be sure to keep up to date on our Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival and other exciting events (like our "Shakespeare Book Club" discussions at the Noah Webster Library in West Hartford by following us on Facebook or by subscribing to our e-newsletter list.











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