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Henry IV. Part 2

Synopsis
Video recording of Bill Alexander’s 2004 production of Henry IV. Part 2 for the Shakespeare Theatre Company, videotaped for WAPAVA by James J. Taylor. Keith Baxter is King Henry, Christopher Kelly, Prince Hal and Ted van Griethuysen plays Falstaff.
Language
English
Country
United States
Medium
Video
Technical information
Colour / Sound
Recording date
1 May 2004
Duration
c200

Credits

Director
Bill Alexander
Writer
William Shakespeare
Music
Adam Wernick
Production Design
Ruari Murchison
Costume
Ruari Murchison; Yvonne Milnes
Contributor
James J. Taylor
Cast
Keith Baxter (2)King Henry IV
Ted Van GriethuysenSir John Falstaff
Nancy RobinetteMistress Quickly
Floyd KingRobert Shallow
Andrew LongPistol
Anthony MarbleLord Hastings
Brandon Thane WilsonPage
Bryan SafiHumphrey, Duke of Gloucester
Bryan SafiFang
Caleb MayoPoins
Celia MadeoyDrawer
Celia MadeoyGroom
Christopher BrownePeto
Christopher BrowneLord Mowbray
Christopher Kelly (2)Prince Henry (Hal)
Edward GeroLord Chief Justice
Elisabeth AdwinLady Percy
Emery BattisSilence
Gregg AlmquistHenry Percy, Earl of Northumberland
Hugh NeesBardolph
Kenneth LeeLord John of Lancaster
Lawrence RedmondRichard Scroop, Archbishop of York
Marty LodgeSir John Coleville
Marty LodgeDavy
Naomi JacobsonDoll Tearsheet
Raphael Nash ThompsonEarl of Westmoreland
Richard PelzmanMorton
Richard PelzmanNeville, Earl of Warwick
Ryan ArtzbergerBeadle
Ryan ArtzbergerRalph Mouldy
Ryan ArtzbergerLord Bardolph
Timothy SekkThomas, Duke of Clarence
Timothy SekkFrancis, a Drawer
Todd ScofieldPeter Bullcalf

Additional Details

Theatre
Lansburgh, Washington, DC
Theatre company
Shakespeare Theatre Company
Production type
Stage Recordings
Historical period
Medieval
Plays
Henry IV Part 2
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)

Notes

General
Orson Welles cast Keith Baxter as Prince Hal in CAMPANADAS A MEDIANOCHE (1966).
History
The production ran 5-16 May 2004.
Reviews
Bill Alexander talking on working in the United States (his US directorial debut) and on the Divine Right of Kings can be read at www.shakespearetheatre.org (accessed 11/2007).

Archive

Name

Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (WAPAVA)

Email
leahkim@umd.edu
Web
http://www.wapava.org External site opens in new window
Phone
(301) 405 9117
Address
James J. Taylor Collection
Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742-1630

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