At the outset of the Globe Theatre's production of the Bard's most infamously convoluted contraption, artistic director Mark Rylance pointedly announces "The Tragedy of Cymbeline!" That's how the play is categorized in the folio of 1623, which had no category for romances (or "problem plays," or "Goldberg, Rube"). But Shakespeare's erratic twilight opus is better pegged as Very Tragical Mirth, ranging from the broad... More >>>