Stanford Drama collaborates for a third time with SiCa and the famous New York Public Theater (the nation's foremost theatrical producer of Shakespeare and new work, winner of 42 Tony Awards, 149 Obies, 40 Drama Desk Awards, 24 Lucille Lortel Awards and 4 Pulitzer Prizes) to present one of William Shakespeare's most complicated plays, the tragi-comedy All's Well That Ends Well.
The path toward a fairy tale ending is uncertain when you try to force someone to love you. Helena wants Bertram, but Bertram isn't interested in her. Can determination, devotion, and clever trickery lead to a happily-ever-after? Shakespeare's provocative comedy eventually "ends well," but not without a measure of hurt, lies, and mistakes. Critically acclaimed guest artist Joanna Settle, Artistic Director of Shakespeare on the Sound, directs this coming-of-adulthood fairy tale of flawed and beautiful people finding their way.
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