As You Like It

Length: 2 hrs and 13 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (34 ratings)

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Love triumphs in As You Like It, Shakespeare's joyous comic adventure! Rosalind, arguably Shakespeare's greatest female character, is banished from court and follows her exiled father into the untamed Forest of Arden. Disguised as a man for safety, Rosalind's great wit and good nature show through her male trappings as she engages with fools and philosophers adrift in the woods, and ultimately falls in love.

An L.A. Theatre Works full cast performance featuring:

Lynn Collins as Rosalind

Jeff Gardner as Silvius/Jaques de Boys

Alexis Jacknow as Audrey/Dennis/Lords/Pages

Stacy Keach as Jaques

James Marsters as Duke Frederick/Duke Senior

André Sogliuzzo as Adam/Charles/Others

Summer Spiro as Phebe/Amiens/Others

James Waterston as Orlando

Jules Wilcox as Celia

Matthew Wolf as Touchstone/Oliver

Directed by Barry Creyton. Recorded in Los Angeles before a live audience at The James Bridges Theater, UCLA in April of 2016.

Public Domain (P)2016 L.A. Theatre Works

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Very entertaining

This is not my favorite of Shakespeare's plays, but it is great fun to listen to. It's quick and upbeat and well-spoken. I really like it.

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overly exaggerated, feels ingenuine

I feel the reenactment is overly dramatic and it takes away from my enjoyment of the story.