Alls Well that Ends Well

    All’s Well that Ends Well shows the conflict between class and gender through Bertram’s frustration with the king's proclamation that he must marry a poor doctor's daughter, Helena, who had cured the king. Our production was set in pre-World War I France, keeping the king and his lords in brightly colored uniforms.  The women in Florence were in simple earth tones to help reflect the war-torn countryside of Italy in the play.


Oberlin Summer Theatre Festival 

Director and Set Designer: Paul Moser

Light Design: Jeremy K. Benjamin