Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Speaking of All's Well...

http://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/entertainment-0/1208248384292160.xml&coll=2

I just happened to see a review roll through my feeds today.  This one was in Cleveland, and neither the production nor the source material get a particularly good review.

2 comments:

Craig said...

Georgia Shakespeare is mounting All's Well this summer in Atlanta; it will be the first time I get to see the play on stage. Here's hoping they make a better job of it! I think the trick is to bring out Bertram's good qualities--he is, after all, courageous and capable, winning resepect and honor in the wars--and the growth that he undergoes after his illusions about Parolles are stripped from him. I am inclined to think that Bertram is a different person in Act V than he was in Act I--and he's certainly had a big lesson on not treating Helena badly!

Alan K.Farrar said...

Yah boo sucks - he's a complete rat!

"nidoo"