Shakespeare in the City:
Historic St. Mary’s City and Newtowne Players present
Love’s Labour’s Lost by William Shakespeare
Join us for a unique outdoor theatrical experience on the State House lawn this August. One of The Bard’s earliest comedies, it tells the story of four best friends who swear off love.
The performance will be on the State House Lawn.
Please park near The Shop at Farthing’s Ordinary.
Food, beverages (including beer and wine), and icy treats will be available for purchase.
Have questions? Check out our FAQ page.
Ticket prices vary, according to age. Military discount available. Reservations are required.
Shakespeare in the City at HSMC is committed to honoring its performance calendar. Performances take place in all weather—rain or shine. In the unlikely event that a performance is cancelled due to severe weather conditions, we will notify ticket buyers by email and post an alert on the homepage of HSMC at http://www.hsmcdigshistory.org . There are no refunds given to ticket holders due to inclement weather. However, we will do our best to honor the use of ticket for another performance.
If a performance is cancelled due to severe weather, a decision regarding a show cancellation will be made 60 minutes prior to the scheduled start of the show. Cancellation information will be posted on the homepage of http://www.hsmcdigshistory.org .