(Ken Jaworowski’s article appeared in the New York Times, 7/3; via Pam Green.)
Go ahead guys, blather on about your brains. Soon enough, your hearts will show you who’s boss. This idea is made wonderfully clear in an exceptional production of “Love’s Labour’s Lost” by the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey.
In the play, staged outdoors at the amphitheater on the campus of the College of St. Elizabeth in Morris Township, four would-be scholars vow to forsake virtually all diversions — the most prominent being the company of women — for three years as they devote themselves to academics.