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Henry V

Synopsis
A video recording of Michael Kahn’s 1995 production of Henry V for the Shakespeare Theatre Company. Harry Hamlin is Henry.
Language
English
Country
United States
Medium
Video
Technical information
Colour / Sound
Recording date
6 Jan 1996

Credits

Director
Michael Kahn
Writer
William Shakespeare
Music
Adam Wernick
Production Design
Loy Arcenas
Costume
Tom Broecker
Cast
Harry HamlinKing Henry V
Ted Van GriethuysenArchbishop of Canterbury
Vivienne BeneschKatherine
Matthew RauchDauphin
Antonio Pearly McQueen IVBoy (Falstaff’s page)
Craig WallaceMichael Williams
David SabinGower
David SabinSir John Falstaff
Elliot DashSir Thomas Grey
Emery BattisGovernor of Harfleur
Emery BattisSir Thomas Erpingham
Emery BattisLord Chief Justice
Eric HoffmanBardolph
Eric HoffmanJohn Bates
Harry MurphyEarl of Westmoreland
Howard W. OvershownHenry, Lord Scroop of Masham
Jack RylandMontjoy
Jack RylandDuke of Exeter
Jarlath ConroyFluellen
Jarlath ConroyBishop of Ely
Jason BowcuttDuke of Bedford
John PashaDuke of York
John PashaRichard, Earl of Cambridge
Kent GasserEarl of Warwick
Kit HallidayDuke of Orleans
Len ChildersDuke of Gloucester
Michael SolomanAlexander Court
Nance WilliamsonAlice
Nance WilliamsonHostess, formerly Mistress Quickly
Rob NagleConstable of France
Ted Van GriethuysenKing Charles VI of France
Wallace ActonFrench soldier (Le Fer)
Wallace ActonNym
William Francis McGuirePistol

Additional Details

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

Notes

History
The production ran from 28 November 1995-14 January 1996.
Reviews
Haddad, Miranda Johnson. Shakespeare Bulletin 14, no. 2 (1996), pp. 12-14.

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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