I must say that in all forms of the art of entertainment none could so surpass that deemed Shakespear. upon returning from the play "All's Well, That End's Well" I must whole hartedly say that I've never enjoyed another form of entertainment. dayAmong all the negative objects I faced today from poverty to humiliation, it was blissfully washed away under the laughter of Parolles and Lavatche. Or must I marvel at the directos ability to adapt a play near impossible to read into one a thousand time more beutifull to watch. I can only wait in solom anticipation for my return to the theater to watch Shakespear's most famous play come to life. O' to be or not be.