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All's Well That Ends Well, 1983 Tour
Director: Trevor Nunn
Costume Designer: Lindy Hemming
All's Well That Ends Well is generally considered to be one of Shakespeare's lesser known and least popular plays. It gained a reputation for being an unlucky play in the 1740s when a series of tragedies dogged the production at Drury Lane, London.
This production, however, was very well received. Some critics praised it for encouraging audiences to look again at Shakespeare's work. The costume design took its inspiration from the fashions of the early 1900s. Nunn balanced the comedy and tragedy in the play by examining love and the passing of youth.
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