Although it's technically true that I've read all the plays (a long time ago I built an educational database of questions about the plays), I wouldn't begin to say that I'm comfortable discussing many of them. So, I thought I'd change that. I was going to save this for the new year, but what the heck, why not start early.
What play should I focus my attention on next? I'll let you define that as you want, keeping something very important in mind - if I start looking at it, I'm probably going to post about it a lot. So you could steer me toward the play you'd like to discuss more. Or you could steer me away from one you don't particularly like.
I won't call this a "play of the month" reading club or anything like that. This is for me. And, by extension, you people :). But it has no particular structure and I don't promise to read all the plays this way.
To keep the voting from spreading too thin, let's limit it to the following set. Sorry if I don't pick your favorite right off the bat, but if it turns out to be a fun project maybe we'll do it more: All's Well That Ends Well, Measure for Measure, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Merry Wives of Windsor, Coriolanus, Timon of Athens, Richard III.
How's that for variety?