Not me, but I will happily send someone a very fine and exciting postcard from London if you are the first to identify the source of the quotation. And, I'll send more postcards if subsequent people can tell me cool stuff about the source.
I saw All's Well today. The play's not one of my favorites, but then, I don't think anyone much lists it in their top three, even. And it's certainly not as wonderful as Faustus, but then, Faustus is a pretty darned amazing play. (I've never understood why anyone would think that the person who wrote Faustus also wrote Shakespeare's works. They just don't feel at all alike to me, structurally, especially. And surely Marlowe's works are enough of an accomplishment for any writer?)
The standout player of the play for me, though, was Janie Dee as the Countess. She's got real stage presence.
The program did a nice job talking about how the play forces us to question how we like fairy tale endings, which is as good a sense of things as any.
The placard explains the site a bit, and says that there are different colored bricks laid where the archaeological dig found building foundations.
Pretty darned cool!