The City of Brotherly Bard: Revolution Shakespeare returns with a show and a webseries

Love sought is good, but given unsought, is better

v-day-revolution-shakespeare-love-laboursPhiladelphia’s newest Shakespeare company, Revolution Shakespeare, will present the second offering of its inaugural season on Tuesday, February 11th at the Off-Broad Street Theatre. Directed by associate artistic director Jared Michel Delaney, Love’s Labour’s Won: An Evening of Shakespeare Scenes and Sonnets for Valentine’s Day will include readings of scenes and sonnets, live music, and light refreshments. The cast will include company members Sean Bradley, Jessica DalCanton, Megan Slater, Griffin Stanton-Ameisen as well as local talents Clare O’Malley, Dana Kreitz, and others.

To mark the event, Revolution has created a short webseries, “The City of Brotherly Bard”. Check out the first episode, “Berowne Battles Cupid,” featuring the incomparable Allen Radway. The golden age is before us.

Love’s Labour’s Won: An Evening of Shakespeare Scenes and Sonnets for Valentine’s Day. February 11, 2014, revolutionshakespeare.org.

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