Some of the U.S. statistics that look weird are probably easily explicable because, for example, Comedy of Errors might get preformed alot simply because it's short and less demanding even if it isn't one of his better or more beloved plays. What surprised me about both listings was the relatively low rank of Henry IV pt. 1 and Henry V. I thought that those were among his more poplar. Is it the lack of female roles? Or do people not want to see them unless they're part of the entire cycle? Do Americans really find them less accessible than Love's Labor's Lost?