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All’s Well That Ends Well
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Rick Barbour
A tale of self-discovery, grace, and growing up.
“The web of our life is a mingled yarn, good and ill together…”
All’s Well That Ends Well explores how we can grow up under pressure. In this play, we find Helena, a poor orphan, in love with Bertram, the son of a count. When Helena saves the life of the King of France, he grants her permission to marry whomever she chooses, and she chooses Bertram. Unfortunately, Bertram thinks Helena is beneath him, and abruptly leaves her. What follows is a “problem play,” a story of forgiveness, grace, and learning to have humility as we mature which is as messy and beautiful as a life well lived.
Who should you bring?
Anyone! There is something to like or dislike in almost every character in this play, and for better or worse, you may see some of yourself in a lot of these characters. Appropriate for the seasoned Shakespeare fan and novices alike.
Run time: 2 1/2 hours including intermission (150 minutes)
King of France
Jonathan Gillard Daly
Director: Rick Barbour
Set Designer: R. Eric Stone
Lighting Designer: Lonnie Rafael Alcaraz
Costume Designer: Janice Lacek
Sound Designer: Matt Tibbs
Props Director: Connor McEvoy
Stage Manager: Violet Smith
Special Events & Offers
PWYW (Pay What You WILL) Previews:
Catch the final stages of the rehearsal process during our PWYW Previews! You can see the show before the opening of the season and pay whatever you are able for your ticket. These tickets are not available online – call the Box Office or stop by in person to reserve a seat to the PWYW Preview performance. Then make sure to tell your friends about what you saw and invite them back for the “real” thing!
Opening Night, June 30
All’s Well That Ends Well will be the second production of Opening Weekend – on Saturday, June 30th at 7:30 p.m. Opening Night is always an exciting event. Your Opening Night ticket will include admission to the first party of Opening Weekend, which begins immediately after the performance of Shakespeare in Love on Friday, June 29th in the lobby of the Performing Arts Center. Opening Weekend parties include complementary food, cash bar, live music, and a chance to interact with GRSF company members. Don’t miss out on this spectacular event!
Every Tuesday during the season is a $12 Tuesday (excludes Callithump!). All regular tickets are only $12 no matter where you sit (student tickets $10). Make sure to get yours early – these sell out quickly! $12 Tuesday for All’s Well That Ends Well is July 24th at 7:30 p.m.
Chill with Will (Thursday evenings)
Chill with Will: GRSF provides FREE tickets for students age 11 – 18 to a selected performance of each professional production. With programming tailored to students before the performance, and a Company Conversation after, GRSF is passionate about welcoming students to the theater. All students are encouraged to reserve their free Chill with Will ticket through the Box Office in advance. Guardians wishing to accompany a student must purchase a ticket. Chill with Will tickets must be reserved over the phone or in person. Not available online.