My favourite play of these nine was A Midsummer Night's Dream, though I very much liked the other non-historicals, Romeo and Juliet, The Merchant of Venice and Julius Caesar. I was less engaged by the historicals. King John is interesting but a bit confused in its message; Henry IV Part I was engaging enough as long as I ignored the irritations of one of the lead performers. But I found Richard II really hard going, and Henry IV Part II and Henry V were thoroughly spoiled for me by the weakness of Jamie Glover's portrayal of Prince Hal/King Henry.
Anyway, onwards and upwards.