Written by David Tamez on Thursday February 7, 2013
Reduxion Theatre Company to Perform “Love Labour’s Lost”
Reduxion Theatre Company (RTC) in Oklahoma City opens their production of “Love’s Labour’s Lost.” Reduxion Theatre takes Shakespeare’s comedy and incorporates period music, comedy and romance. “Love’s Labour’s Lost” is set in 1953 Spain and explores the idea of love and loss.
Erin Woods, the director of the show and RTC managing director says that if you’ve never heard of “Love’s Labour’s Lost” you are not alone; “It is a lesser performed comedy by William Shakespeare, but a dynamic and very romantic show perfect for the Valentine holiday.” Woods said, “This show is one of Shakespeare’s brightest and liveliest, and audiences will love seeing something they’ve never seen before. I can’t wait for our patrons to see it.”
In addition to the performance, RTC hosts an Opening Night Gala directly following the opening show on February 8th. The Gala is free of charge for anyone who attends the opening night performance, and includes food, drink and fun. A “Couples Package” is available throughout the run of the show and includes preshow champagne and couple’s cupcakes at intermission.
The show starts February 8th and continues through March 2nd. For tickets, or for more information about this date night and family night event, visit: www.reduxiontheatre.com.
Written by Oeta Gallery's: Janna Smith