Tutto è bene quel che finisce bene (All’s Well that Ends Well), a national première, directed by Beppe Menegatti, is staged by the Teatro Stabile di Firenze. In a review, Paolo Emilio Poesio complains about the “hypertrophic mimicry” and certain embarrassing “tuscanizations” like Parolles quoting Petrarch or the King reading Boccaccio’s life from an encyclopaedia.