Henry V

Henry V

Henry V

Oct. 11 - Nov. 11, 2018

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Elizabeth Williamson

Approximate Running Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes, with 1 intermission

Recommended Ages: 14+

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All Regular Season Student Seats $18.

Includes all fees. Prices subject to change without notice. Please call for Student Matinee Rates.

Enjoy this inspired staging of the Shakespeare classic, designed to deliver a more intimate and immersive theatrical experience.

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In Shakespeare’s Henry V, shortly after gaining the throne, Henry must decide whether or not to embark on a war that could solidify his reign—or bring his country to its knees. In France, he grows up fast under the pressure to use all means necessary to win a war against tremendous odds. But even if he finds victory, how easy will it be to settle the peace?

Meet the Cast

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AfterWords Discussion

October 23, 24 & 30

Join members of the cast and our Artistic staff for a free discussion, immediately following select 7:30 p.m. performances on Tuesday or 2 p.m. Wednesday matinees. FREE


Sunday Afternoon Discussion

October 21

Helen Whall, Professor Emerita, College of the Holy Cross

Professor Helen WhallHelen Whall received her Ph.D. from Yale University in 1976 and immediately joined the faculty of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. There she taught courses in Shakespeare, the Renaissance, Renaissance Drama, Law and Drama, and Dramatic Comedy. She has published a book on Pre-Shakespearean Drama and numerous essays on Shakespeare and his contemporaries as well as modern and contemporary playwrights. Professor Whall also served as the theater reviews editor for Theatre Journal and has been a frequent lecturer at various New England libraries. Immediately following the 2 p.m. Matinee. FREE.


Open Captioned Performances

October 28, 2:00pm & 7:30pm

For patrons who are deaf or have hearing loss. FREE with admission.


Audio Described Performances

November 3, 2:00pm

For patrons who are blind or have low vision. FREE with admission.

Miles Anderson (Bishop of Ely)Stephen Louis Grush (Henry)Stephen Louis Grush (Henry) Felicity Jones Latta (Archbishop of Canterbury)Stephen Louis Grush (Henry), Karen Aldridge (Exeter), Felicity Jones Latta (Duke of York)Liam Craig (Bardolph), Felicity Jones Latta (Nym)Baron Vaughn (Mistress Quickly)Miles Anderson (Pistol), Liam Craig (Bardolph), Felicity Jones Latta (Nym) Miles Anderson (Pistol)Nafeesa Monroe (King of France)Karen Aldridge, Anthony Michael Lopez, Kate Forbes, Nafeesa MonroePeter Francis James as the ChorusThe cast of Henry VNafeesa Monroe, Mark Lawrence, Felicity Jones Latta, Kate ForbesJamie Rezanour (Montjoy)Reid Williams (Duke of Gloucester), Stephen Louis Grush (Henry)Kate ForbesHaley TysonThe cast of Henry VStephen Louis GrushLiam Craig (Gower), Baron Vaughn (Fluellen)Kate Forbes, Miles Anderson, Liam CraigStephen Louis Grush, Haley TysonEvelyn Spahr (Boy)Anthony Michael Lopez (Dauphin)Karen AldridgeThe cast of Henry VThe cast of Henry VLiam Craig, Baron VaughnMiles Anderson (Pistol)Kate Forbes (Duke of Burgundy)Felicity Jones Latta (Alice), Evelyn Spahr (Katherine), Nafeesa Monroe Felicity Jones Latta (Alice), Evelyn Spahr (Katherine)Stephen Louis Grush, Evelyn Spahr, Felicity Jones LattaStephen Louis Grush (Henry)Peter Francis James (Chorus)

All photos by T. Charles Erickson.

Artistic

Playwright
William Shakespeare

Director
Elizabeth Williamson

Scenic Design
Nick Vaughan

Costume Design
Beth Goldenberg

Lighting Design
Stephen Strawbridge

Sound Design
Matt Hubbs

Original Music
Christian Frederickson

Fight Choreographer
Greg Webster

Dramaturg
Yan Chen 

Casting
Laura Stanczyk Casting

Production Stage Manager
Robyn M. Zalewski

Assistant Stage Manager
Nicole Wiegert

Production Assistant
Rachel Canowitz

Cast

Karen Aldridge
Exeter

Miles Anderson
Pistol

Liam Craig
French Ambassador/ Bardolph/ Gower

Kate Forbes
Burgundy / Constable of France

Stephen Louis Grush
Henry

Peter Francis James
Chorus / Sir Thomas Erpingham

Felicity Jones Latta
Archbishop of Canterbury / Nym / Alice

Anthony Michael Lopez
The Dauphin / MacMorris

Nafeesa Monroe
King of France/ le Fer / Bates

Jamie Rezanour
Montjoy / Orleans / Cambridge

Evelyn Spahr
Katherine / Boy

Baron Vaughn
Fluellen / Mistress Quickly

The Hartt School at the University of Hartford

Mark Lawrence
Ensemble

Haley Tyson
Ensemble

Reid Williams
Ensemble

Previous Shakespeare Productions at Hartford Stage

Sponsors

Executive Sponsor

The John and Kelly Hartman Foundation

Education Programs Sponsor
Shakespeare in American Communities

Hartford Stage’s production is part of Shakespeare in American Communities, a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

Assisting Production Sponsors

federman, lally & remis

Hinckley Allen