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Get up close and personal with Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost performed in an intimate setting, and enjoy an eight course tasting menu with wine, created in front of you throughout the performance.
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If you are looking for something original and not touristy, this show is not for you. However, if you just want to get tipsy and some light-heart laughs, it could be a choice, IF you don't mind spend $75 bucks on a meal that worth...More
Go see this show. If you like good food, Shakespeare, or having a good time, you need to see this show. Your ticket price includes food and alcohol, which the actors serve you throughout the production. I’m vegan; there were able to make all my...More
This is an abridged version of the play (only three couples instead of four, and Jaquenetta, Sir Nathaniel, Holofernes are all entirely missing) but the parts that are filled by this small troupe are acted enthusiastically and fantastically. For those with younger children/teens the props...More
It’s the Bard for all seasons. Immersive fun with superb Actors and great food and drink. To Be There was a thrill. To not be there would be a tragedy. Bring Family and Friends. Make new friends too. We did. I want to see all...More
What a great, innovated way to be interactively entertain you while they wine and dine you! Hats off to all of you for a delicious and intriguing performance and I especially appreciate they way my Santa ball cap came into play with your ingenious improv!...More
Inventive. Incredibly creative. Actually tasty food. Plenty of booze. And a hysterically-good time. A truly unique theatrical-experience that everyone should see at least once. There was never a boring moment throughout. The play kept moving forward with so much fun, energy, fervor, passion, and excitement....More
A delightful, warm, funny, and filling dinner theatre experience. The actors are all on top of their verse, and the joyously convoluted "Love's Labour's Lost" is spun with aplomb. For Shakespeare aficionados, it's a worthy performance elevated by tasty food and plenty of wine. To...More
As someone who has seen a lot of Shakespeare performances, I would recommend this even for die-hard fans. At a bit over 1.5 hours, it may not be the most exhaustive and penetrating performances of Love’s Labour’s Lost, but it is one of the funniest,...More
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