As mentioned previously, the show on Boston Common this year will be As You Like It. Truthfully, I know little to nothing about the play. I've never studied it, and only ever really read it during a project I did to read all the plays. It did not stick in my memory much.
So, I'll open it up. Somebody tell me what it's about, and if it's any good? Where does it rank, relatively, among the comedies? Better/worse than Two Gents, Comedy of Errors, All's Well?
The wikipedia page reminds me that this play is the source of one of the more famous Shakespearean quotes, "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players..." and includes it with Much Ado and Twelfth Night among the "great comedies."
Who wants to enlighten us?