Couldn't we all enjoy a good laugh this summer? Well, Capital Classics is staging “Love's Labour's Lost," as part of the Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival. Join us for three weekends (July 13–30, 2017), outdoors on the grounds of the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford.
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.
July 13 – 30, 2017
Thursday – Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
Audience members are encouraged to arrive to the Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival at least 30 minutes early to enjoy pre-show entertainment. Bring your family and friends (and your picnic basket and beverages) for "Shakespeare under the stars. Be sure to visit CapitalClassics.org or HartfordShakespeare.org for the Festival calendar of events.
• THURSDAYS: Youth in Community Arts performances
— July 13: TBD
— July 20: TBD
— July 27: TBD
• FRIDAYS: Elizabethan Consort singing and Ben & Jerry’s in West Hartford scooping ice creare for sale
• SATURDAYS: Local music groups performances and a a chance to win something at Prize Night
— July 15: TBD
— July 22: TBD
— July 29: TBD
• SUNDAYS: Lectures by local experts for our Professor Series”
— July 16: TBD
— July 23: TBD
— July 30: TBD
Be sure to visit the wonderful Art Gallery at USJ — for free — before each performance and during intermission!
You can even purchase fresh-made mozzarella & tomato salad, hummus & vegetables, cheese & crackers, and strawberries & chocolate.
Held on the grounds of the University of Saint Joseph, 1678 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford, Connecticut. In case of rain, performances will be held inside the adjacent Hoffman Auditorium.
Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for students/seniors. Available at the door or at the Frances Driscoll Box office, (860) 231-5555 or USJ.edu/arts.
Audience members should bring their own lawn chairs or blankets. It's just a short walk from the free parking lot to the theater building.