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Henry IV. Part I

Synopsis
Video recording of Paul Mason Barnes’ 2008 production of Henry IV. Part I for the Folger Theatre. Rick Foucheaux is Henry. The videorecording for the Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (WAPAVA) is made by T.J. O’Toole.
Language
English
Country
United States
Medium
Video
Technical information
Colour / Sound
Recording date
8 Nov 2008
Duration
170 (incl. 15min interval)

Credits

Director
Paul Mason Barnes
Writer
William Shakespeare
Costume
Kate Turner-Walker
Contributor
T.J. O’Toole
Cast
Rick FoucheuxKing Henry IV
Tom StoryPrince Henry (Hal)
Delaney WilliamsSir John Falstaff
David Graham JonesHenry Percy (Hotspur)
Anne StoneMistress Quickly
Brian HemmingsenHenry Percy, Earl of Northumberland
Chris DinolfoFrancis, a Drawer
Chris DinolfoLord John of Lancaster
David Bryan JacksonOwen Glendower
Ellen AdairLady Percy
Jan KnightleyThomas Percy, Earl of Worcester
Kaitlin ManningLady Percy
Keith IrbyEarl of Westmoreland
Kevin PiersonSir Walter Blunt
Marcus KydEdmund Mortimer, Earl of March
Mark KrawzcykGadshill
Mark KrawzcykArchibald, Earl of Douglas
Matthew WilsonPoins
Matthew WilsonSir Richard Vernon
Patrick McAndrewPeto
Steve BeallBardolph

Additional Details

Theatre
Elizabethan Theatre, Folger Shakespeare Library
Theatre company
Folger Theatre
Production type
Stage Recordings
Historical period
Medieval
Plays
Henry IV Part 1
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)

Notes

History
The production ran 8 October-16 November 2008.
Textual information
Dramaturg is Michele Osherow.
Reviews
Marks, Peter. Washington Post 18 October 2008, p. C1

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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