On a stage as sparse as a lawn in a park, the cast of nearly two dozen actors delivered all of the energy and immersion of an alfresco performance, indoors.
By Andrew Andrews
One of our favorite summer activities is catching Shakespeare in the
But February is a long way from summer, and although we occasionally find Shakespeare’s works creatively delivered elsewhere in the colder months,
This winter, however, director
With a cast of nearly two dozen actors (and producer Laris Macario in the lead role),
On a stage as sparse as a lawn in a park (true to the Elizabethan rendition), our performers utilized every available foot of the house to wrap the story around the audience, from the moment the chorus appears with their apology for the lack of scenery to their epilogue of remorse for the events that would follow
Clocking in at just under three hours,
Andrew Andrews attended Henry V at American Theatre of Actors in Manhattan on Saturday, February 23, 2019 @ 1:00am to write this review.