When the Moving Company chose to reshape Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost, it imported dialogue from the Bard's three dozen plays, creating a touching and tragic meta-ride.
Those positive results are to be expected. The company's core comes from Theatre de la Jeune Lune, an innovative group that imploded under the weight of financial and creative stress in 2008.
Love's Labour's Lost is a most Jeune Lune-like show, right down to the rough-walled Warehouse District space. It has plenty of the risk-taking of the old company, with a familiar mix of the stunning and the annoying.More »