Henry V

Henry V William Shakespeare's perfect wartime chronicle
in memory of Dan Copp
in partnership with the University of Memphis’ Department of Theatre & Dance
at the University of Memphis' Theatre Building
June 9-19, 2016

sponsored by 

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Ann & Wellford Tabor, Pat & Ernest Kelly, Marian Kelly, and Martha Kelly


“we few, we happy few, we band of brothers”

Shakespeare’s rousing history crowns both young King Henry V as a warrior Legend and his rationale for waging war as a haunting moral ambiguity.  In his youth, young Hal spent his days in a band of pick-pockets led by the derelict fat knight Falstaff.   But having successfully defended his father-King in their country’s civil war, now King Henry decides France is his to take.  He conquers superior numbers abroad with soaring orations and wins a princess without a tongue for French. 

But at what cost?

At 10 minutes prior to each performance, Producing Artistic Director Dan McCleary and/or the director will speak with the audience about the play and playwright.

Free Will Kids’ Nights are June 9 and 16:  Children 17 years and younger will be admitted FREE when accompanied by a paying, attending guardian.  Limit: four children per guardian. For the safety of both small children and our actors, no babes-in-arms are permitted in the theatre for this production.

General Admission tickets are $34.  The Preview performances (only $16) are June 9 and 10 at 7:00 pm.  The opening night is June 11, and the price of your ticket includes a post-show reception with the actors.  Senior tickets (62 years and older) are $29, and Student tickets (18 years and younger) are $16.
NEW: This production features 30 seats available on-stage for each performance for only $10 each! There are 15 seats (in chairs on risers) on both sides of the playing space.

Free parking.  Title/cast/schedule subject to change, with notice.  Credit card charges require a $1 per-ticket processing fee.  No refunds/exchanges.