I saw the play All's Well That Ends Well at the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre. The theatre space was a three quarters thrust and the theatre was intimate allowing anyone to see just about anyone else in the theatre. The seating also allowed everyone no matter where you sat to get an up-close view of the action. Barbara Gaines who is a regular at the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre directed the play. This theatre experience was very
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cast that was chosen, the sets that were used, the time it was placed in, and the theatre itself. On the other hand, the play could have used more minorities in the cast, a scene with Helena and Bertram having sex, and a less tied up ending. All and all, I found the play to be absolutely wonderful and the whole three hours somehow grabbed my complete attention and had my feelings moved.