Henry VI: Shakespeare's Trilogy in Two Parts

Henry VI: Shakespeare's Trilogy in Two Parts

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Presented by the National Asian American Theatre Company

SYNOPSIS: Part I: Foreign Wars
Part II: Civil Strife

Shakespeare's Henry VI is the story of a great nation's decent into barbarism and cruelty. It is a study of how the experience of a problematic foreign war erodes civil discourse at home, and how that erosion allows political self-interests to take hold and send a country hurtling into civil war.

Directed by Stephen Brown-Fried

Starring Rajesh Bose, Ron Domingo, John D. Haggerty, Wai Ching Ho, David Huynh, Michelangelo Hyeon, Anna Ishida, Paul Juhn, Vanessa Kai, Mahira Kakkar, Mia Katigbak, Jon Norman Schneider, James Seol, David Shih, Sophia Skiles, and Kim Wong

Show Times:
Part 1 - Tuesday @7pm, Thursday @7pm, Saturday @2pm, Sunday @2pm
Part 2 - Wednesday @7pm, Friday @7pm, Saturday @7pm, Sunday @7pm

Tickets from $45

  • Running Time: 2 hours with one intermission
  • Playwright: William Shakespeare
  • Adaptation: Stephen Brown-Fried


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