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Love's Labor's Lost

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at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

by William Shakespeare
directed by Marti Maraden

Marti Maraden

Director

Marti Maraden returns to Chicago Shakespeare Theater, where her credits include Much Ado About Nothing (After Dark Award for Outstanding Direction) and Othello. As artistic director of English Theatre at the National Arts Centre in Canada (1997-2005), directing credits include: An Enemy of the People, The Coronation Voyage, Hamlet, All’s Well That Ends Well and Trying. In her eighteen seasons with the Stratford Festival, as actor, director and in 2008 as co-artistic director, her directing credits include: Home, Les Belles Soeurs, Alice Through the Looking Glass, The Merchant of Venice, The Trojan Women and The Winter’s Tale. During her seven seasons with the Shaw Festival, as actor and director, directing credits include: He Who Gets Slapped, Breaking the Silence and Getting Married. Directing credits with Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis, include Little Women and The Prince and the Pauper. Ms. Maraden helped to found Canada’s Magnetic North Theatre Festival.  

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