Kentucky Shakespeare’s Globe Players’ Production of Love’s Labour’s Lost

Today we went to Love’s Labour’s Lost by the Globe Players and it was a very interesting play. Here is a short summary of the beginning. In a camp called Camp Navarre there are 4 boys that are studying and then 4 girls come so the boys make an oath not to touch or look at the girls so they won’t be distracted or they will be forever humiliated. All 4 of the boys break their oath and get humiliated and then fall in love. One of our favorite characters is Costard, played by Patrick Koshewa, because he was really funny like the time he calls the 4 boys in Camp Navarre traitors because they broke their oath. Our other favorite character was Armado, played by Grace Ording, because it was very funny when he said mustache in a funny accent and when he acts like his spoon is a sword. We think that Custard and Jaquentta should not have been offended when they were called turtles because being a turtle is not a bad thing! We really think you should go see this play because it is really good.

By Turtle and Moose

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