All's Well That Ends Well
The heart wants what the heart wants. And Helena's heart wants Bertram, the handsome young nobleman in whose house she grew up. The only catch: he wants nothing to do with her. That's the set-up for Shakespeare's toothiest comedy, a sassy send-up of love, desire, and the mistakes of youth. Packed with colorful characters and some of the Bard's best gags, All's Well That Ends Well asks us: how far will you go to be with the one you love?
The Tragedy of Richard III
The War of the Roses is over, and an exhausted, blood-soaked England is ready for peace at last. But for one man, peace is not enough. Disfigured, embittered, and gleefully amoral, Richard of York invites the audience to join him as he cuts down every obstacle between him and the crown. The original tale of charismatic villainy (and the inspiration for a slew of contemporary baddies on stage and screen), the homicidal, hair-raising Tragedy of Richard III reminds us that evil can be witty, insidious fun.