Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Dramatis Personae: HIDry IV

*cue dramatic music* King Henry IV is a monarch under siege. Not only does he have a full-blown rebellion to deal with, but his unruly daughter Prince Hal is showing no signs of the responsibility it takes to assume the throne. If only she could be more like Hotspur -- the hot-headed gallant leading the rebellion!

That's right, it's time for another of Shakespeare's Histories at Hamlet Isn't Dead, and our first show of the year is a conflation of both parts of Shakespeare's Henry IV. And that cue for dramatic music wasn't just a catchy opener. We've seeped this production in the powerful, live rock music that will bring it to life like never before. Don't miss:

Hamlet Isn't Dead presents:

William Shakespeare's



Anthony Simone* as Worcester/Warwick

Brooke Reynolds as Mistress Quickly

Derek Spaldo as Mortimer

Linus Ignatius as Bardolph

Isaac Allen Miller as Hotspur

James Swanson* as King Henry IV

Joshua Mahaffey as Lord Chief Justice

Kevin Percival as Falstaff

Leon Axt as Northumberland

Maddi Ridley as Lady Percy

Marie-Claire Roussel* as Prince Hal

Meghan Bernstein as Mistress Shallow/Westmorland

Michael Luca as Poins

As with our female King John last year, we are thrilled to present this timeless tale around the rise this unique and dynamic Prince Hal. Come see how the conflicts, depth, and joyfulness of the piece are heightened at Hamlet Isn't Dead's King Henry IV!
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*appearing courtesy of Actor's Equity Association