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All's Well that Ends Well

a Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA
by William Shakespeare

COMPANY : The New American Shakespeare Tavern [WEBSITE]
VENUE : The New American Shakespeare Tavern [WEBSITE]
ID# 606

SHOWING : November 14, 2002 - December 08, 2002

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

What lengths will a woman go to in order to get the man she loves? Will she cure a King? Dress in disguise? Devise an extraordinary plan to secure a ring? There is nothing that Helena won't do to win the hand of Bertram. Full of outrageous plot twists and tricks, this comedic tale is sure to surprise and entertain.


CAST & CREW LIST
Lafew Tony Brown
Hellena Melanie Colvert
Bertram Peter Hauenstein
Rynaldo, Lafew (understudy) Troy Willis
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REVIEWS

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Stimulating Shakes
by caustic
Friday, November 29, 2002
5.0
Seldom-seen play with provocative themes makes this a refreshing show, well worth catching. Unrequited love: what makes us do it? The cowardly braggart unmasked, and how he survives humiliation. As usual Shakespeare gives us uncommon insight into human foibles with plenty of humor to leaven the pain. And also as usual the Tavern troupe ensures that the dramatist's words come across loud and clear, that his sense is not lost on us, and that his bawdy jokes are wrung to the last drop (and then some)! Maurice Ralston is superb as Parolles, the next best character to Falstaff - getting the braggadocio and the pathos just right. Joanna Daniel also shines as the humane countess. Peter Hauenstein's monotonous whine is (intentionally?) annoying as the anti-hero: the Tavern had better be sparing in casting this actor unless he'll change his delivery.
There's enough thought in this production to merit seeing it twice. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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