Main Street Theater and the Prague Shakespeare Festival present Shakespeare's Henry V
In the early 15th century, and King Henry V has just assumed the throne. When the Dauphin sends Henry an insulting message in response to England's claims to certain parts of France, Henry decides to invade. The war is ultimately decided at the Battle of Agincourt, at which the English are outnumbered by the French five to one.
What happens in the end is nothing short of a miracle. Shakespeare's glorious, bold, witty, marvelous tale will be directed by Prague Shakespeare Festival's Guy Roberts, who also directed Main Street Theater's latest production of Richard III.