Falstaff in love? Hardly! But the loveable old renegade does have his lusty eye on a couple of middle-class housewives. Trouble is feminine wit and wisdom triumph once again as the amused and annoyed wives teach Sir John a lesson in this bubbling, popular comedy sure to please everyone in the family.
Shakespeare's plays contain a small amount of the Bard's usual innuendo and double entendres. This play is appropriate for most audiences.
The following links will take you to various articles and audio and video files about the play. CAUTION: Some of these resources give away surprises and endings. You may want to proceed carefully.
Top photo: Tina Scariano (left) as Cosette and J. Michael Bailey as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, 2012.