All's Well That Ends Well is a fairy tale of love and war. It's a world in decline where leaders are failing and wars loom large. Smart and unwavering, Helena has pinned her heart to Bertram. He wants nothing to do with her and runs off to the wars for adventure and to escape his newly arranged marriage. So Helena follows him. Overcoming obstacles and aided by a fantastic collection of comic characters, the two begin separate journeys towards each other, both learning about the paradox of holding love tight as well as letting go. And still she persisted. Not only is Shakespeare's "serious comedy" modern in its discussion about the complicated relationships between men and women, but it's also rich in examining differing generational views on how to find your own way in the world. See All's Well That Ends Well at Center Theatre in Seattle.
Presented by Seattle Shakespeare