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'Love's Labour's Lost' Photo Album
Meghan Podimsky

Audiences enjoyed three dynamic performances of this year’s fall play, “Love's Labour's Lost", which was presented by Delbarton Abbey Players on October 28, 29 and 30.

"Love's Labour's Lost" is one of William Shakespeare's early comedies. The play tells the tale of four young men who pledge to avoid all contact with women. It isn't until the Princess of France arrives on a state visit that each young man finds himself falling in love. During the student preview of the play on Thursday October 27, director Matt Corica explained why he chose the Shakespearean comedy. "The characters in this play are very similar to Delbarton and the brotherhood here." Corica went on to explain how the set was inspired by Old Main and the Formal Garden to make the show feel closer to home for Delbarton's audience.

Bravo to all involved in this impressive production of "Love's Labour's Lost". Enjoy some highlights from the show!