In this delightful comedy, Shakespeare explores the nature of romantic love, from shallow infatuation to deep and enduring love.
The story involves four young men from Navarre – the King of Navarre, Berowne, Longaville, and Dumaine – who vow to abstain from romantic relationships for three years while they dedicate themselves to their academic education. Their plans unwind when they meet four lively women from France – the Princess of France, Rosaline, Maria, and Katherine – who prove to be more than a match for the men in intellect and wit.
The play stresses the importance of honesty and communication in relationships, warning against deceit and manipulation. The characters learn the importance of treating each other with respect and kindness, setting aside their differences, and embracing the power of love.
Love’s Labour’s Lost is a witty and clever exploration of human relationships that reminds us that love can indeed conquer all.
The play is also just plain FUN!
Doors open at 7:00pm. Performance begins at 8:00pm.
Taggart Memorial Amphitheatre at Riverside Park, Indianapolis, IN
The Indianapolis Shakespeare Company is thrilled to invite you to our 2023 main-stage production, Love’s Labour’s Lost. Our resident home is located at the Taggart Memorial Amphitheatre in Riverside Park.
Our performances are FREE TO ATTEND, so bring lots of friends and family, and get ready to enjoy a fun show that will make you laugh and think in equal parts.
NOTE: Limited beach chairs and camping chairs will be available for those unable to bring their own, but we encourage those who are able to please bring your own lawn chair, picnic blanket, or beach chair. Beach chairs and blankets only are permitted at the front section of the Amphitheatre. This is an outdoor event with no shade so please consider packing sunscreen, hat, bug spray, etc. to ensure the most comfortable experience! Handheld fans are permitted as long as they do not have flashing lights.