All's Well That Ends Well
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All's Well That Ends Well

All's Well That Ends Well NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Quirky, Confusing, Ambitious, Entertaining, Great writing

About the Show

The Drilling Company presents a free outdoor production of the Bard's dark comedy reset in the South of France just before the fascist invasion of WWII. Part of the troupe's Shakespeare in the Parking Lot season.

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Entertaining, Quirky, Confusing, Ambitious, Great writing

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Critic Reviews (2)

Theater Pizzazz
July 10th, 2017

"The Drilling Company has no problem whipping up a high-spirited production of Shakespeare’s 'All’s Well That Ends Well'...While it has some dark overtones for a comedy (hence the 'problem'), this production joyfully embraces its comic core. A parking lot is the perfect venue for a play with a slightly split personality...Karla Hendrick’s direction is inventive."
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More Than The Play Blog
July 17th, 2017

“Director Karla Hendrick has masterfully condensed this Shakespeare comedy down to an enthralling two hours without an intermission. The show is clear, concise, bold, intelligent, and funny. Ms. Hendrick’s understanding of pace and timing brought this superb cast to perform as a well-knit ensemble. Once again, Shakespeare in the Parking Lot reigns as the best outdoor Shakespeare experience in the city.”
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