Webster Conservatory Presents 'Love's Labour's Lost', April 17-21

Apr. 11, 2019

Webster Conservatory Presents Love's Labour's Lost, April 17-21

The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University presents the romantic musical adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy, Love's Labour's Lost. Shows will run April 17-21 at Browning Mainstage Theatre. The productions are open to the public. Webster students, faculty, and staff tickets are free with a valid ID.

Romance, revelry and enchanting music ignite in this contemporary, yet lovingly faithful, musical adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy. The King and his best buds decide at their five-year college reunion to swear off the joys of women. But when four cute, clever girls from their past show up, they're forced to reconsider all of their vows. Add in an outlandish Spanish exchange student and a performance art-loving professor, and love and devotion are put to the test with hilarious results. Smart, sexy, outrageous and irreverent, Love's Labour's Lost is a madcap celebration of true love and coming of age.

Critical Acclaim for 'Love's Labour's Lost'

“Love’s Labour’s Lost” (at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park) is so good on so many levels that it makes you excited about not only what the American musical can do but how well it reflects on those producers who support the new, full-out." -The New Yorker

Performance Dates, Times

April 17-21
7:30 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m.
Browning Mainstage Theatre

Get Tickets

For tickets to all Conservatory of Theatre Arts productions, call (314) 968-7128.

  • Webster students, faculty, and staff: free with a valid ID
  • $15 for adults
  • $7 for seniors, alumni, and non-Webster students
  • $2 for children 12 and under

About the Webster Conservatory

Located in St. Louis, Missouri, the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University has been training theatre students for the professional world for over half a century. The Conservatory at Webster is a professional training program for acting, musical theatre, directing, theatre studies and dramaturgy, design, technical theatre, and stage management.

One of the distinguishing elements of Webster's Conservatory is its integrated association with professional theatre companies, two of which are located on campus: The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. Webster also enjoys a one of a kind association with St. Louis professional theatre organizations including, the MunyVariety: the Children's CharityShakespeare Festival of St. Louis and the Lyceum Theatre in Arrow Rock, Missouri, the state’s oldest Equity Theatre.

Conservatory alumni have won a number of awards including Golden Globes, Tony Awards, Obie Awards, and Emmys.

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