Who did Oliver marry in As You Like It?
Disguised as a boy shepherd, Rosalind has Orlando woo her under the guise of "curing" him of his love for Rosalind. Rosalind reveals she is a girl and marries Orlando during a group wedding at the end of the play.
Phoebe, realizing that the young man she loves is, in fact, a woman, agrees to marry Silvius. Hymen marries the happy couples: Orlando and Rosalind, Oliver and Celia, Phoebe and Silvius, and Touchstone and Audrey.
Phoebe. A young shepherdess, who disdains the affections of Silvius. She falls in love with Ganymede, who is really Rosalind in disguise, but Rosalind tricks Phoebe into marrying Silvius.
Audrey in the 2019 production. Audrey is a goatherd who lives in the forest. She falls in love with Touchstone, who woos her and convinces her to marry him before he scares away her other suitor, William.
Viola then reveals she is a girl and marries Orsino.
Everyone celebrates Duke Senior's reinstatement to the throne and their newfound wealth, while Jaques decides to seek out Duke Frederick and learn from him.
Even though love was clearly associated with negative feelings in Elizabethan times and thus in the play itself, there are eight characters in As You Like It (Rosalind and Orlando, Celia and Oliver, Phoebe and Silvius, and Audrey and Touchstone) who all marry at the end of the play.
As typical for romantic comedy, the central theme in William Shakespeare's As You Like It is love in its various forms. In total, there are four conventional couples (Rosalind & Or- lando, Celia & Oliver, Phebe & Silvius, Audrey & Touchstone) and one rejected country fellow (William).
Celia's love for Oliver is sudden, intense and uncontrollable, despite the knowledge of Oliver's past wicked deeds. In this connection, it should be remembered that love in Shakespeare is an irrational passion. Celia's marriage with Oliver has been criticised by many critics.
Well, even though Shakespeare ends the action of the play by marrying off four heterosexual pairs, the epilogue reminds us that, when it comes to physical attraction, the erotic possibilities in the play are endless. Shakespeare is also reminding us that gender roles can be pretty slippery.
Who does Celia fall in love with in As You Like It?
Oliver was a bad character but has changed into a good one by a sudden stroke. So Celia's marriage with Oliver is not a blot on her character.