Think "city" is to "slicker," as "country" is to "bumpkin?" So does Sir John Falstaff, who has come to Windsor in search of a good time and easy money. What he fails to realize is that the intrigues of a small town are as complex and potentially fraught with peril as those of the court. Rural folks can be just as clever as their London cousins, something Falstaff learns the hard way when he attempts to seduce and swindle not one, but two, happily married wives. The Merry Wives of Windsor, celebrates one of Shakespeare's most beloved characters and the fun to be had when he underestimates country people. Andrew Tsao directs.