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Henry IV Parts I and II archiveEngland is in turmoil. The King's position is weak and the Prince of Wales has fallen under the corrupting influence of Falstaff. The entire population is involved in a struggle for the country's soul and only the agony of civil war can resolve it. Written around 1596 to 1598 these two plays look at the life of Henry IV (King of England 1399 to 1413) though they are sometimes refered to as Falstaff's plays as it is here that he makes his mark. Part I looks at rebellio at home in Britain. Part II caries the story past Henry's death.
Performers Graeme Malcolm, Jeffrey Carlson, Greg Vinkler, Dale Benson, Kate Fry, Kevin Gudahl, Susan Hart, Matthew Hawkins, Brian Herriott, Timothy Edward Kane, Dan Kenney, Ross Lehman, David Lively, Jessie Mueller, Mike Nussbaum, Robert Scogin, Lusia Strus, John Douglas Thompson, Greg Vinkler, Jay Whittaker, Bruce A Young.
Author Shakespeare. Producer Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Director Barbara Gaines. Design Neil Patel. Costume Virgil Johnson. Lighting Ken Billington.

Henry IV Parts I and II

Henry IV Parts I and II (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1425123485. Details of all Henry IV Parts I and II archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S3562

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5 Jul 06
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15 Jul 06
Swan Theatre
Stratford-Upon-Avon
Warwickshire

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