By William Shakespeare Adapted by Martin Andrews
Apr 27, 2018
May 10, 2018
Days and Times
Recommended age 13+ for content, but vary due to venue age restrictions (each performance listing will have specifics)
Approximately 2 Hours
Bard Crawl / Love’s Labour’s Lost
Written by William Shakespeare, Adapted by Martin Andrews
Serious actors. No director. One rehearsal. In a bar.
Duke City Rep invites you once again to enjoy Shakespeare as it was done in his day. The Bard Crawl actors will gather in a different Albuquerque brewery each show, for a performance of the comedy “Love’s Labour’s Lost”, Shakespeare’s most lyrical play! The King of Navarre and his gentlemen take an oath – for three years, absolutely no women. Until, of course, the ladies arrived. Join us at your favorite watering hole for an eruption of humor, flirtation, disguise, song, dance and love-inspired chaos. Get there early, grab a seat, get your drinks and buckle up. This is going to be one helluva good show!
Smartphones, appetites and cat calls are all welcome.
No tickets or admission for this show.
Directions and Parking
1501 1st St NW 87102 (1st/Kinley)
Parking: Lot on Kinley, street parking on 1st
High and Dry Brewing
529 Adams St NE 87108 (South of Lomas)
Parking: Lot South of brewery, street parking
Marble Brewery NE Heights
9904 Montgomery Blvd NE, 87111 (East of Eubank)
Parking: Lot West and South of brewery
Red Door Brewing
1001 Candelaria Rd NE, 87107 (I-25/Candelaria)
Parking: Lot East and South of brewery
Bow and Arrow Brewing Co.
608 McKnight Ave NW, 87102 (6th/Bezemek)
Parking: Lot East of brewery, street parking on Bezemek
Red Door Brewing
3517 Wyoming Blvd NE Suite D, 87111 (Comanche/Wyoming)
Parking: Lot West of brewery, street parking
Boxing Bear Brewing Co.
10200 Corrales Rd, 87114 (Alameda/Corrales)
Parking: Lot North and West of the brewery
Cast and Crew
Katie Becker Colón
Evening Star Barron
Consider bringing small bills if you want to show your support for the actors! Credit/Debit cards also accepted.