menu
An oasis for those who love classic stories. Los Angeles Times

William Shakespeare’s

All's Well That Ends Well

February 6–March 6, 2022
down

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.


Before being admitted into the theatre, all audience members must provide proof of full vaccination, meaning it has been at least two weeks since the ticket holder’s final vaccine shot. (We can exchange your tickets to a later date or give a full refund to anyone who has already bought tickets or a subscription and who will not be vaccinated by the time of their event.) Masks are required regardless of vaccination status and will be available onsite until such time that LA County stops requiring masks indoors. At that point, masks will continue to be strongly recommended for all our patrons. Social distanced seating is available. Learn more about our Covid safety policy.

artists + cast

The Artists

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

Cast

  • 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.