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Love's Labour's Lost

a Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by William Shakespeare

COMPANY : The New American Shakespeare Tavern [WEBSITE]
VENUE : The New American Shakespeare Tavern [WEBSITE]
ID# 2229

SHOWING : March 08, 2007 - April 08, 2007

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CAST & CREW LIST
Director Laura Cole
Costard Tony Brown
Rosaline Heidi Cline
Dull Will Evans
Forester/Marcade Nicholas Faircloth
Sir Nathaniel Tony Falcitelli
Moth Matt Felton
Ferdinand, King of Navarre Andrew Houchins
Holofernes Doug Kaye
Jaquenetta Rivka Levin
Berowne Jeff McKerley
Longaville Daniel Parvis
Maria Mary Ruth Ralston
Princess of France Mary Russell
Dumain Kirk Harris Seaman
Katharine Amee Vyas
Don Adriano de Armado Jeff Watkins
Boyet Troy Willis
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