All’s Well That Ends Well
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Dan Kozloff
When an orphaned doctor’s daughter cures the King of France of a fatal disease, he rewards her by allowing her to marry any husband of her choosing. Her choice? The brash, unwilling ward of the King. With great effort, ingenuity and the help of other resourceful women, Shakespeare’s Helena is often named as one of the strongest and most complex female characters in the entire canon.
This Shakespearean comedy is characterized by intensely suspenseful scenes that strike a delicate balance between drama and humor, ultimately culminating in one of Shakespeare’s most thought provoking and memorable endings.