By William Shakespeare, directed by Matt Sciple
November 5-20, 2016
Shortly after he becomes King Henry V, former playboy prince Hal decides to prove his seriousness and increase his popularity with conquests abroad. Shakespeare’s superb history play brings political intrigue and the thrill of battle to the stage. This timeless story, retold during an election year, reflects even more potently on today’s global stage.
The Crane Theater (nimbus theatre’s brand new space!)
2303 Kennedy Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Take 35W to the Stinson Blvd exit, go south to Kennedy Street NE and turn right. The Kennedy Building (where the theater is located) will be on your right, go just past it and turn right onto McKinley Place NE. The entrance to the parking lot will be on your right, just north of the building. Enter the theater using the door that faces the parking lot.
Order tickets online at Brown Paper Tickets, or make a reservation by phone at 612-234-7135.
Tickets: $14 – $41, Sliding Scale, at the door.
2-for-1 tickets on Sundays when you present your 2016 Minnesota Fringe Festival button!
Saturday, November 5 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, November 6 at 3:00 pm
Friday, November 11 at 7:30pm
Saturday, November 12 at 7:30pm
Sunday, November 13 at 7:30pm
Monday, November 14 at 7:30pm (Pay What You Can performance)
Friday, November 18 at 7:30pm
Saturday, November 19 at 7:30pm
Sunday, November 20 at 3:00pm
“director Matt Sciple and his energetic ensemble attack this task with engaging inventiveness”
“incisive and clever performances” –Star Tribune
“original and inventive” –Cherry and Spoon
“4 stars – Highly Recommended”
“a monumental acting job, and the whole ensemble gets that job done” –Single White Fringe Geek
“talented actors, sure direction, and an inventive staging”
“energetic movement and fluid fight choreography”
“For those who are wary of Shakespeare’s history plays, this production will serve as a great introduction.” –HowWasTheShow.com
Director – Matt Sciple
Stage Manager – Clara Costello +
Scenic and Properties Designer – Ursula K. Bowden
Costume Designer – Samantha Kuhn Staneart
Lighting Designer – Julia Carlis +
Musician/Music Director – Derek Trost
Dramaturg – Kit Gordon +
Fight Choreographer – Aaron Preusse
Dialect Coach – Keely Wolter
+Theatre Pro Rata Company Member