Love's Labour's Lost.

Love's Labour's Lost is a modern day film adaptation of the Shakespeare play of the same name.


Singing castEdit


The King of Navarre has vowed to avoid romantic entanglements to spend three years in study and contemplation. His chief courtiers agree to follow him in this vow, though one (Berowne) argues that they will not be able to fulfil this plan.

Berowne's claim is proven correct almost instantly. The Princess of France comes to Navarre to discuss the status of the province of Aquitaine. Though the King does not grant them access to his palace (they are forced to camp outside), each of the courtiers falls in love with one of her handmaidens, and the King falls in love with the Princess herself.

The men attempt to hide their own loves and expose those of their fellows. At the end, after a masked ball in which the pairs of lovers are comically mismatched, all the amours are revealed. However, before the expected nuptial consummation, the women demand that the men prove they are serious by waiting for them.

Musical numbersEdit

  • "I'd Rather Charleston" - Berowne, Ferdinand, Longaville and Dumaine
  • "I Get a Kick Out of You" - Don Armado
  • "I Won't Dance" - Berowne, Ferdinand, Longaville, Dumaine, The Princess, Maria, Rosaline and Katherine
  • "No Strings (I'm Fancy Free)" - The Princess, Rosaline, Katherine and Maria
  • "The Way You Look Tonight" - Holofernia and Nathaniel
  • "I've Got a Crush on You" - Ferdinand, Longaville and Dumaine
  • "Cheek to Cheek" - Berowne, Ferdinand, Longaville and Dumaine
  • "Let's Face The Music And Dance" - Berowne, Ferdinand, Longaville, Dumaine, The Princess, Maria, Rosaline and Katherine
  • "There's No Business Like Showbusiness" - Costard and Chorus
  • "They Can't Take That Away From Me" - Berowne, Ferdinand, Longaville, Dumaine, Maria, The Princess, Katherine and Rosaline

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