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Websites

Shakespeare Resource Center

A good place to start for general information about Shakespeare and lots of other links.

The Royal Shakespeare Company

The RSC is considered the world's greatest Shakespearean theatre company. Here you can get more information about Love's Labour's Lost, as well as Shakespeare's other plays.

The Folger Library

It's not about coffee … it's one of the world's best Shakespeare collections and home to the Elizabethan Theatre, a recreation of an English Renaissance inn similar to ones where Shakespeare's productions were produced.

The American Shakespeare Center

Home to the world's only recreation of Shakespeare's first theatre – the Blackfriars – and one of the USA's newest Shakespearean research centers.

Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon

The homepage of Shakespeare's final resting place.

Movie or TV Productions

Love's Labour's Lost, 2000

This really fun adaptation by Kenneth Branagh looks and sounds like a classic 30s musical.

Love's Labour's Lost, 1964

A 1964 film version celebrating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth on April 23, 1564.

Historical Documents

Old Title Page

1598 cover page from published Love's Labour's Lost. Check out the crazy spelling.

Thoughts on Love's Labour's Lost

A collection of some quotes from critics of Love's Labour's Lost from throughout the ages.

Video

The Globe Theatre in London

Mostly cool because you can see what Shakespeare's theater would have looked like.

Virtual Globe

Cartoon virtual tour of Shakespeare's "Globe Theatre."

Audio

Director Gregory Doran on the play
Director of the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Company discusses his approach.

Images

Performance Photos
"Groovy" production photos from The Shakespeare Theatre Company's 2006 production.
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