In William Shakespeare's Henry V, a young king's ambition reaches beyond the English court to the fields of France.
"The character of Henry needs to be someone so charismatic that you yearn to be in his company. The play needs to leave you with something and provoke some new thought. It cannot be just a history play, but it must be full of humanity," says director Robert Richmond, who led last season's Othello.
By: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Robert Richmond
Folger Elizabethan Theatre
Jan 22 - Mar 3, 2013
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