All's Well That Ends Well

Surprisingly, Shakespeare never wrote the words, “All is fair in love and war,” but he certainly wrote a play that dealt entirely with the subject. “All’s Well That Ends Well” is what scholars call one of Shakespeare’s “problem” plays, neither comedy nor tragedy, but a bit of both. Filled with unrequited love, philandering lovers, deception and disguise, it’s a story that confuses and elates the audience, and here at LBSC, we think you’ll love the way we attack it.


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