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Love's Labor's Lost

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at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

by William Shakespeare
directed by Marti Maraden

John Tufts

King of Navarre

John Tufts returns to Chicago Shakespeare Theater, where he appeared in Tug of War: Foreign Fire and Civil Strife. Off-Broadway credits include Virtual Meditation (Ensemble Studio Theatre) and Fashions for Men (Mint Theater Company). During twelve seasons with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, his credits include: Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hal/Henry V in Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 and Henry V, The Cocoanuts, Animal Crackers, The Cherry Orchard, Into the Woods, Equivocation (world premiere Arena Stage and Seattle Repertory Theatre), The Belle’s Stratagem and many more. Other regional credits include: The Cocoanuts (Guthrie Theater); Seagull (Marin Theatre Company); The Glass Menagerie (PlayMakers Repertory Company); and I Am My Own Wife (Ensemble Theatre Company). Film and television credits include: Bad Teacher, Fashions for Men (PBS), Dangers of a Broken Car and BAQ-132. Mr. Tufts received his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and is a recipient of an Arthur Kennedy Award for Acting.

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