This intimate, in-the-round production of Shakespeare's "Love's Labour's Lost" invites you to enjoy an eight course tasting menu with wine, created in front of you throughout the performance. More…
The ailing King of France owes the King of Navarre money. Unable to make the trip himself, France entrusts his daughter to go negotiate the settlement. But just before she and her ladies arrive, Navarre and his men make a pact to swear off women, eat only 6 meals a week, and sleep only 3 hours a night so that they can spend the rest of their time devoted to study. By the time the women arrive the men are exhausted, hungry, and lonely. Nonetheless, Navarre sticks to the plan and tells the women that they may not enter the gates and must instead camp outside in the field. The women, having none of it, hatch a plan to outsmart the men.
See it if The Bard served up to be palatable (literally) for modern diners.What all actors aspire--to play Shakespeare & juggle apps. simultaneously.
Don't see it if Further degradation heaped on hardworking actor class, but what the hey--the grub's good. Might be required to sit on divan w/ strangers.
Also High grade might be booze-influenced.
See it if You want a fun, modern take on a rarely seen Shakespeare play. You want to see a well- trained classical cast in a semi-immersive setting.
Don't see it if You prefer Shakespeare unedited and/or in a classical setting. You prefer classical plays performed w/ a more serious tone.
See it if Tasty appetizer portions of many dishes, glass of white & also red wine, plus a shot, all included with ticket. Cast has a blast + interacts
Don't see it if A bit hard to follow the plot, but who cares? 1 hr 45 min flies by and you'll have fun with the merry cast while being wined & dined.
See it if Like yr Skspre abridged & modernized, turned into a musical & offered up as funky dinner theater. It's clever, fun & a true NY experience.
Don't see it if Don't want 2 to eat a set menu (8 courses!) served by a talented cast w some minor audience interaction, or want serious the-ay-tuh. QUIRKY!
See it if Food, booze (red, white, & Jager), and pop song choreography loosen up the quick Shakespeare play. Light production and food.
Don't see it if You have hardcore Shakespeare expectations. Super queeny gay acting “fool” is cheap laughs. Food is ok, mini courses.
Also Free ticket from Show Score.
See it if You want a fun night out! Pared down version of LLL but the cast was high energy and full of enthusiasm..
Don't see it if You prefer traditional productions of Shakespeare or a Broadway play.
See it if if you want the fun of experiencing theater in the round and having the actors serve you weird food/drink as part of show.
Don't see it if you can't stand Shakespeare performed by inconsistent performers and don't want to eat MAC N Cheese with CHEETOS and drink Jagermeister.
See it if Immersive Shakespeare ... taste his words. Dedicated cast. Fun setting.
Don't see it if Difficult to follow language, emphasis more on entertainment than the words.
See it if You want to see a Shakespeare production that is a pure ball of joy and energy. You are a foodie as well as a theatre lover.
Don't see it if You dislike truncated/edited works of Shakespeare. Definitely not one for Shakespeare purists.
See it if You want a delightful theatrical experience which brings Shakespeare in a new light. Funny, clever and with a taste menu & drinks.
Don't see it if You don't like theatrical experiences, want to see Shakespeare in traditional form, don't want to eat while you see theatre.
See it if You want to see an immersive, modern version of Shakespeare. The tasting menu is also clever and inventive. Loved the cast and plot!
Don't see it if You don’t like reimagined Shakespeare. You don’t like immersive theatre
See it if you want to experience a different type of theater that is fun and silly. The audience is ushered to couches and fed while being entertained
Don't see it if are not in the mood for a little silliness. You have to be able to let go and enjoy the experience.
See it if You want a fun night out that includes a tasting dinner! You want to see an inventive way to enjoy Shakespearean themes in a modern way.
Don't see it if You are expecting real Shakespeare - it is not.
See it if You’d like to watch a show while having dinner; wanna try some Shakespeare woven with musical and dancing elements
Don't see it if You prefer devoted acting, sincere and smart delivery of lines, resonance within your heart... btw the “theatre” has only 1 shared restroom
See it if you like a, funny, very entertaining + tasty evening out with theater combined with delicious treats of food + wine. Very engaging actors.
Don't see it if you prefer pure, unabridged Shakespeare performed in its usual style.
See it if you don't have time for dinner & a show: Here you can combine the two! Plus, the high energy performances and food are both above average.
Don't see it if you balk at abridged Shakespeare or if you don't drink since the free wine certainly helps some attendees get into an interactive spirit.
See it if you like intimate setting where the actors are in your face, nice appetizers & wine - Shakespeare with music, dancing, wine & food
Don't see it if you like theatre in the dark away from the action - you know and love Shakespeare to the point were any deviation from his words upset you
See it if you want a (very) good meal, with drinks!, and a fun Shakespeare play, all in one.
Don't see it if You are a Shakespeare purist, or dislike intimate audience configurations.
See it if great cast of actors singing, acting dancing and cooking/serving! a fun experience over all, and the style helped illuminate the text
Don't see it if don't expect a Michelin starred tasting experience - this is a delightful theatrical evening
See it if you know the play & understand that you won't hear all the dialogue; enjoy poor acting, and want free food & drink to get you thru this mess
Don't see it if you expect Shakespeare, a plot that you can follow & decent acting, This is a tedious circus, and not redeemed by the small portions of food
See it if you enjoy Shakespeare in any form. you enjoy food - or both. Fun cast making awkward transitions work.
Don't see it if you need big production. You need Shakespeare the focus. Cast is dedicated dealing with some slow movement choreography / staging.
See it if you’re looking for an interactive show with food, wine, and small bites woven into the story. Decent acting, very clever modernization.
Don't see it if you’re expecting a full meal or a full classical Shakespeare performance. This is just pure fun with very clever tongue and cheek scenes
See it if You enjoy a bit of mad-cap fun with Shakespeare, and some light fair thrown in. The play is the thing, and the actors were up to it.
Don't see it if You don’t care for Shakespeare, or contemporary takes on Shakespeare, or both. But you would be missing out on a great show and a fun time.