The Chicago Shakespeare Theatre recreates a slaying for "Henry IV, Part I"
Problem When The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) presented Shakespeare's entire canon in one year, it could have been a bloody mess. But theatres from all over the world agreed to help out, bringing productions mounted elsewhere to Stratford. The mess, as it turned out, would come to England via Chicago, at the top of Henry IV, Part I. Chicago Shakespeare Theatre (CST) director Barbara Gaines wanted a pre-show in which the king has a premonitory nightmare foreshadowing the bloodshed to ...
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