“It's the meeting of a 400-year-old play with a two-year-old technology, a coupling of art and high tech,” says assistant technical director David Horner backstage at the Avon Theatre of the Stratford Festival of Canada in Stratford, Ontario, as he describes the video and sound components of Henry V, designed by Wade Staples. The video and projections in Henry V are not just an integral part of the production; they also help tell the story of Shakespeare's historical play. “My interest in ...

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