Glowing Review of Bertram in All's Well that Ends Well
Zuckerman, who plays the difficult character of Bertram in the show, is revered as "just the seasoned, assured actor" for the part: "the major pleasure of the Worcester Shakespeare Company’s utterly delightful presentation of what is considered one of Shakespeare’s so-called “problem” plays is that director Mel Cobb has found a way to make Bertram someone charmingly, believably callow." Zuckerman "imbue[s] Bertram with a subtle, complicated emotional ambivalence."
You can read the full review here: http://stage.telegram.com/article/20150731/ENTERTAINMENTLIFE/150739805
You can see the full performance calendar and purchase tickets for All's Well that Ends Well here: www.worcestershakespearecompany.org.