This year's timely offering of the Public Theatre's Shakespeare in Central Park program, was Henry V, starring Liev Schreiber as the charismatic young English king who, using questionable justifications, leads his countrymen into a triumphant war against France. This timely production also had a timely look, with scenery by Mark Wendland and lighting by David Weiner. This was Weiner's third collaboration with director Mark Wing-Davey; their work on the 2002 production 36 Views, staged at the ...

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