13:00, Sat 23rd – Sun 24th August 2008 at Jesus College Fellows' Garden
17:00, Sat 23rd – Sun 24th August 2008 at Jesus College Fellows' Garden
14:30, Mon 25th August 2008 at Jesus College Fellows' Garden
19:30, Wed 3rd September 2008 at Sebastian River High School, Sebastian, FL
19:00, Mon 8th September 2008 at Nashville School of the Arts, Nashville, TN
12:00, Tue 9th September 2008 at Nashville School of the Arts, Nashville, TN
20:00, Sat 13th September 2008 at The Theatre, Washington, VA
15:00, Sun 14th September 2008 at The Theatre, Washington, VA
19:30, Wed 17th September 2008 at Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD
10:30, Fri 19th September 2008 at The Maret School, Washington, DC
20:00, Mon 22nd September 2008 at Gannon University, Erie, PA
19:30, Tue 23rd September 2008 at St John Fisher College, Rochester, NY
20:00, Thu 25th – Sat 27th September 2008 at MIT, Cambridge, MA
19:45, Tue 7th – Sat 11th October 2008 at ADC Theatre
14:30, Sat 11th October 2008 at ADC Theatre
Summer Vacation to Michaelmas Week 0
"Once more unto the breach, dear friends..."
The Cambridge University American Stage Tour, on its ninth tour, is proud to present Henry V: one of Shakespeare's most memorable and exciting plays, his most patriotic piece, and an epic and vigorous portrayal of one of England's most popular national heroes.
"Small time, but in that small most greatly lived, This star of England"
Several years of bitter civil war have left the people of England restless and dissatisfied. The new king, Henry, must live down his wild adolescent past, gain the respect of his country and secure his place on the throne. As he lays claim to the 'vasty fields of France' and his fleet sets sail across the Channel, rumors of assassination are rife. Henry must not just bury his feelings but also risk all he holds dear if he is to succeed. Prepare to witness a tale of conspiracy and betrayal, of royalty and treachery, of romance and conquests, and of tennis balls, as this dynamic and dramatic production makes you question where heroism ends and immorality begins.