The patient had tried every remedy for dry eyes that his ophthalmologist could think of: various forms of artificial tears, ointments and exercises. But the patient kept returning, desperate for relief. There was no other medical option left, however, and the doctor reluctantly turned to his last resort. "There is one sure cure, but you have to like Shakespeare. Go see a really professional performance of 'Romeo and Juliet.' At the final curtain, there isn't a dry eye in the house."