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William Shakespeare’s

All's Well That Ends Well

February 6–March 6, 2022

All's Well That Ends Well

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Nike Doukas

What’s a woman to do with a runaway groom? Hatch a scheme, of course. Roping in a fantastic cast of fools, romantics, and cynics, the clever Helen pursues the crusty Bertram in a clash of wits and deception. Capturing both a fairytale essence and human complexity, Shakespeare’s bittersweet comedy goes on a journey of forgiveness, hope, and love where you least expect it.

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Jeanie & Terry Kay

artists + cast

The Artists

  • Director: Nike Doukas
  • Scenic Design: TBD
  • Costume Design: TBD
  • Lighting Design: TBD
  • Sound Design: TBD


  • Helena: TBD
  • Bertram: TBD
  • Countess: TBD
  • King of France: TBD
  • Lafew: TBD
  • Parolles: TBD
  • First Lord: TBD
  • Second Lord: TBD
  • Diana: TBD
  • Widow: TBD
  • Mariana / Duke of Florence / Rynaldo: TBD
  • Clown: TBD
  • Steward: TBD

† Designer is represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA-829 of the IATSE
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage
Managers in the United States.
ANW Resident Artist

Header photo by Craig Schwartz. Pictured: Angela Gulner and Alexander De Vasconcelos Matos.