William Shakespeare's "As You Like It"


“In As You Like It, witty words and romance play out against the
disputes of divided pairs of brothers. Orlando’s older brother, Oliver,
treats him badly and refuses him his small inheritance from their
father’s estate; Oliver schemes instead to have Orlando die in a
wrestling match. Meanwhile, Duke Frederick has forced his older
brother, Duke Senior, into exile in the Forest of Arden.

Duke Senior’s daughter, Rosalind, and Duke Frederick’s daughter,
Celia, meet the victorious Orlando at the wrestling match; Orlando
and Rosalind fall in love. Banished by her uncle, Rosalind assumes a
male identity and leaves with Celia and their fool, Touchstone.
Orlando flees Oliver’s murderous plots.

In the Forest of Arden, Rosalind, in her male disguise, forms a
teasing friendship with Orlando. Oliver, searching for Orlando,
reforms after Orlando saves his life. Rosalind reveals her identity,
triggering several weddings, including her own with Orlando and
Celia’s with Oliver. Duke Frederick restores the dukedom to Duke
Senior, who leaves the forest with his followers”