- Thursday, June 28, 2012, 20:00h
- Friday, June 29, 2012, 15:00h
- Friday, June 29, 2012, 20:00h
- Saturday, June 30, 2012, 15:00h
- Saturday, June 30, 2012, 20:00h
Direction: Edward Hall
Text adaption: Edward Hall und Roger Warren, Bühnendesign: Michael Pavelka
Light design: Ben Ormerod, Music: Propeller, Sound: David Gregory
With: Ben Allen, Nicholas Asbury, Tony Bell, Dugald Bruce-Lockart, Gunnar Cauthery, Karl Davies, Richard Dempsey, John Dougall, Robert Hands, Finn Hanlon, Vince Leigh, Chris Myles, Gary Shelford, Dominic Thorburn
Lenght: 2 hours and 45 minutes including interval
Price category: A
One of the most worldwide well-respected and loved Shakespeare companies is back in Neuss this summer: Edward Hall created an unforgettable version of “Henry V“ for the debut in Neuss in 1997 and has now restaged the piece: enthralling, intoxicating and touching- the way it is supposed to be in this work about war and peace between England and France. It is a rhetorical masterpiece with 14 unbelievably talented actors whose soldiery abilities were trained by the British Army prior to the performance, according to Edward Hall's wishes.
Power-hungry clergy, highly treacherous nobility, the capture of Harfleuer, the battle of Agincourt, the English lessons of the French princess and most importantly, Henry's rhetoric: Shakespeare at his best. And all of this in the Wooden O, in the Globe, to which Shakespeare alludes in the prologue: „How can this cockpit hold the vasty fields of France?“.
Introduction 45 minutes before the performance
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