We can’t blame you if you’re not familiar with All’s Well That Ends Well. It’s a play that mixes light and dark, joy and melancholy. It uses of fairy tale conventions, but gives them a twist. Here are a few pointers to help acquaint you better with the play.
All’s Well That Ends Well
Keiko Green and Conner Brady Neddersen head up a 16 member cast in Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well. Green plays Helena, a young woman who has pinned her heart on Bertram, played by Neddersen.
Two young souls learn to navigate a new world and discover each other. Seattle Shakespeare Company starts the New Year with Shakespeare’s fairytale of love and war – All’s Well That Ends Well. Victor Pappas returns to the company to direct the production which runs January 8 through February 3.
Classical plays with a female-forward leaning make up Seattle Shakespeare Company’s upcoming season just announced by Artistic Director George Mount. Plans for the company’s 2018-2019 season include Richard III, Arms and the Man, All’s Well That Ends Well, She Stoops to Conquer, and As You Like It.