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Henry IV Part 1

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  • Preview - All Tix: $10.00 ea
  • Opening Night - Adult: $25.00 ea
  • Opening Night - Concession: $20.00 ea
  • Opening Night - School Students/Members: $17.00 ea
  • Adults: $20.00 ea
  • Concession: $15.00 ea
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Nash Theatre

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William Shakespeare's historical drama about Henry IV written across two plays. Directed by Jason Nash. One of Shakespeare’s leading drama-comedy-action-monarchical thrillers, ‘Henry IV Part One’ is like ‘Game of Thrones’ meets ‘The Crown’ for a drink at the bar from ‘Cheers’.

England is in turmoil. King Henry IV wears the crown and now seeks to consolidate his rule. That’s hard when his son Hal is at the pub, keeping company with some of Eastcheap’s finest reprobates, more often than in court. Not to mention a looming conflict with his alienated allies to the North (led by the young impulsive firecracker Hotspur) who want the proper acknowledgement of their part in putting him on the throne. It all leads to a conflict between family and loyalty, freedom and responsibility, fathers and sons.

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