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Shakespeare's patriotic history play about the warrior-king. Henry V leads the English to victory at Agincourt and afterwards is taught the words of love by the French Princess, Katherine. A vivid depiction of the horrors of war and a romantic, fast-moving story.Performers Michelle Terry (Henry V), David Sibley (Archbishop of Canterbury/King of France/Sir Thomas Erpingham), Ben Wiggins (Princess Katherine), Joy Richardson (Alice), Philip Arditti (Ancient Pistol), Phil Cheadle (Bardolph), Charlotte Cornwell (Chorus), Catrin Aaron (Captain Fluellen), Alex Bhat (The Dauphin), Raphael Bushay (Duke of Warwick), Ryan Ellsworth (Duke of Exeter), Polly Frame (Captain Jamy), Beruce Khan (Duke of Burgundy), Syrus Lowe (Duke of Bedford), Jack McMullen (Michael Williams), Dyfrig Morris (Duke of Westmoreland), Jess Regan (Captain McMorris), Cat Simmons (Captain Gower), Dwane Walcott (Constable of France).
Author Shakespeare. Producer Open Air Theatre. Director Robert Hastie. Design Anna Fleischle. Lighting Joshua Carr. Choreographer John Ross. Sound Avgoustos Psillar.
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