One of the characters in my novel JIHADI: A LOVE STORY, Becky Firestone, is an amateur Shakespeare scholar. She's got a thing for The Tempest, a play with a body count of zero.
The lack of onstage violence may have frustrated the groundlings in the Yard when The Tempest premiered at the Globe Theatre back in 1611. The play does have a marvelous shipwreck scene, though, as well as a monster, a lot of magic, and a trio of amusing drunkards.
Becky doesn't find anything amusing about drunkards.