But no one really analyzes every line of the play. Most of Shakespeare, at least to the non-actors, it skimmed, perused, and glanced at in order to get an understanding of the plot and pick up a few symbols on the way. Like a coffee table book, we dip into (and out of) the play at our leisure, pleased with ourselves that we (mentally) own this book/play but never/rarely actually examining the full thing. Of course, in all likelihood, every book and movie is like that. There's just too much thought to understand in the time it takes to consume.
But I suppose that's the lie we all tell ourselves. "One day" we say "One day I'll look, really look at all the detail there. Once I have time, I'll find all the hidden meaning". But until then...it looks great on the coffee table.