Directed by Dayle Towarnicky
Stage Manager: Jason Edwards
Assistant Director: Megan Mahaffey
Fight Director: Adele Rylands
Photography: Angie Speranza
Graphic Design: Joshua Stauffer
Musical Accompaniment: Josh Mahaffey
King of Navarre: Justin Weaks
Berowne: Greg Pragel
Dumain/Forester: Jordon Waters
Longaville/Dull: Travis Klemm
Princess of France: Megan Greener
Rosaline: Alice Qin
Katherine/Holofernes: Samantha Maurice
Maria/Jaquenetta: Shanna Dana
Nicholas Stauffer: Boyet/Nathaniel
Costard: David Andrew Laws
Don Armado: Jose Miguel Dao
Moth: Joshua Mahaffey
Special Thanks to Tom Oppenheim, Susan PetchEam, The Stella Adler Studio of Acting, Debbie and Jack Towarnicky, Linda and Jeff Klemm, Della Grove, Angie Speranza, Joshua Stauffer, Rhys McClelland, Buttermilk Bakeshop and Katie Rosenhouse, The League of Independent Theatre, and Fractured Atlas
And a big thank you to the Westbeth Artists’ Community!
Hamlet Isn't Dead's Love's Labour's Lost was our acoustic summer spectacular of Shakespeare's first real rom-com. In true Hamlet Isn't Dead style, this production was a trimmed-up tale of summer lovin' between the dudes of Navarre and the ladies of France. With live music straight from your favorite 90s hits, love poems, fistfights, and bad Latin jokes there was something for all audiences to enjoy.
And besides in-house from the cast, Hamlet Isn’t Dead was very excited to partner with Della Grove - a Brookyln-based Rock and Americana band for a medley of pre-show jams! We also had an over-stocked concession stand full of goodies from the ever-popular Buttermilk Bakeshop.