This performance is everything a Shakespeare comedic play ought to be! It's uproariously, laugh out loud funny at times, brilliantly acted by all players and the diction, the clarity with which the lines are delivered are first rate - and it's in The Globe, a setting imitating that for which Shakespeare wrote. Excellent in every way and surely a definitive performance of Love's Labour's Lost. This play is a bit 'verbose' at times, the linguistic sparring and ironic arguments demanding of close attention, perhaps at the expense of full enjoyment of the plot, but this high energy, brilliantly creative production, boldly interactive with its audience and ever mindful of their entertainment, lifts and makes sense of even the 'wordiest' exchanges. Shakespeare would have loved it!