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Love's Labor's Lost

Production Image 01

Production Image 01

Rosaline (Laura Rook) finds a match in the witty Berowne (Nate Burger), as the court looks on—Longaville (Madison Niederhauser), Dumaine (Julian Hester), the King of Navarre (John Tufts) and the Princess of France (Jennie Greenberry)—in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Love’s Labor’s Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, February 7–March 26, 2017. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Production Image 02

Production Image 02

The king’s plan is put to the test by the arrival of the winsome Princess of France (Jennie Greenberry) and her gentlewomen (at back, Jennifer Latimore)—and the ensuing hysterical misadventures in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Love’s Labor’s Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, February 7–March 26, 2017. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Production Image 03

Production Image 03

The gentlemen of Navarre—Longaville (Madison Niederhauser), Berowne (Nate Burger), the King (John Tufts) and Dumaine (Julian Hester)—hatch a scheme in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Love’s Labor’s Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, February 7–March 26, 2017. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Production Image 04

Production Image 04

The long-winded Don Armado (Allen Gilmore) regales his young page Moth (Aaron Lamm) with tales of love and honor in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Love’s Labor’s Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, February 7–March 26, 2017. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Production Image 05

Production Image 05

The Princess (Jennie Greenberry, at right) and Rosaline (Laura Rook) gleefully read through a love letter mistakenly delivered into the wrong hands, as Katherine (Taylor Blim) and Maria (Jennifer Latimore) look on in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Love’s Labor’s Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, February 7–March 26, 2017. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Pre-production Image 01

Pre-production Image 01

From left to right: Jennie Greenberry (Princess of France), John Tufts (King of Navarre), Laura Rook (Rosaline) and Nate Burger (Berowne) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater's production of Love's Labor's Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, February 7–March 26, 2017. Photo by Bill Burlingham.

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Pre-Production Image 02 (Horizontal)

Pre-Production Image 02 (Horizontal)

Jennie Greenberry as the Princess of France in Chicago Shakespeare Theater's production of Love's Labor's Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, February 7–March 26, 2017. Photo by Bill Burlingham.

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Pre-Production Image 02 (Vertical)

Pre-Production Image 02 (Vertical)

Jennie Greenberry as the Princess of France in Chicago Shakespeare Theater's production of Love's Labor's Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, February 7–March 26, 2017. Photo by Bill Burlingham.

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