Henry IV, Part IMar. 23 – Apr. 07, 2018 Nesbitt/Elliott Playhouse Photo by Durant Photography
The first installment of what is widely acknowledged to be Shakespeare’s greatest historical saga, Henry IV Part I explores power, treachery, war, and the complexity of father-son relationships. King Henry’s son, Prince Hal is squandering his life on drinking, gambling, and dissolution. Beside this bacchanal misrule a nationwide rebellion sparks that will test King Henry along with his heir.
Talkbacks for evening performances are on 3/23/2018, 3/30/2018, 3/31/2018, and 4/5/2018; Adult Matinee talkbacks are on 3/25/2018 and 4/7/2018.
Currently scheduled 10:00 am Student Matinees are on 3/23/2018, 3/29/2018, 3/30/2018, 04/4/2018, 4/5/2018, and 4/6/2018. To reserve a student matinee, email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org
STOP-ACTION Shakespeare is on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 7:30 pm.
Stop-Action Shakespeare is a unique education opportunity for Shakespeare lovers. Dr. Susan Willis, our Flachmann Seminar dramaturg, works with the cast to highlight specific scenes and important portions of the play. As the cast performs, Dr. Willis will stop the action to add insight into the history and Shakespeare’s intent. The complete play will not be performed; only the major scenes. Tickets are available at the theater on a first-come, first-served basis and are $10 cash at the door of the Piper Theater. No reservations will be taken. To prepay online click here.
The FLACHMANN SEMINAR is on Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 9:00 am. Click to make a Flachmann Seminar Reservation
March 23 – April 07, 2018
Mesa Arts Center
1 East Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201