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William Shakespare's Henry V

  • Online/Virtual, UT 00000
  • Presented By: The University of Utah Department of Theatre
  • Dates: 1/29/2021 - 2/7/2021
  • Location: Online/Virtual Space
  • Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
  • Price: General Admission: $5UofU Faculty/Staff/Senior/Military: $3UofU Student ArtsPass: Free (one per ID)Student: $2High School Student: Free (see below)CHAMPION: $15 (pay full price to support the Theatre Department!)Utah High school students and teachers requesting on behalf of students/classes can reserve free tickets at the following link: https://www.theatre.utah.edu/students/prospective-students/item/558-high-school-ticket-request#student-sign-upTickets must be purchased 24 hours in advance--no late or same-day ticketing available.Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to confirm password and internet connection.For questions or concerns with ticket purchasing or e-tickets, contact the Kingsbury Box Office at 801.581.7100. If you cannot reach a representative directly, please leave a voicemail and someone will respond ASAP.
  • Overview
    Henry IV is dead. His son—once the callow prankster, “Hal”—now reigns in solemn grace as Henry V. Despite his father’s dubious claim to the throne and the stain of his own misspent youth, Henry has reinvented himself completely: a king in both name and nature. When new intrigue and old provocations kindle his ambition into all-out war, Henry ruthlessly manipulates, persuades, and conquers enemies and allies alike, igniting loyalty with incandescent words. But when the clamor stills and the fire dies, the ashes tell a different story. And in these brief, flickering moments, Henry alone must decide how to bear the uneasy burden of the crown. In Henry V, Shakespeare explores eternal questions of identity, authority, history, and privilege, and asks how far a good man will go to be remembered as a good king.This modern, virtual re-imagining of the classic play will be performed live each night and streamed online for a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience. Complimentary admission available for high school students, as well as for high school teachers reserving admission on behalf of their classes.
    Dates: 1/29/2021, 1/30/2021, 1/31/2021, 2/4/2021, 2/5/2021, 2/6/2021, 2/7/2021