Charles Culbertson, Staunton News Leader, April 22, 2010
It might not be Shakespeare's happiest work — although it's lumped into his comedies category — but "All's Well That Ends Well" as performed by the American Shakespeare Center is bright, engaging and entertaining from start to finish.
Never let it be said, however, that a great performance is necessarily the natural extension of a great play. "All's Well," while certainly a classic written by the Western world's acknowleged master playwright, is still a puzzle to me, primarily because of the incomprehensible actions of two of its major players.
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