Antaeus Archive:

2015 Season

Henry IV, Part One

March 5 – May 3, 2015

Written by: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Michael Murray

From drunken revelry, to the bloody battlefield, this gripping tale of fathers and sons remains one of Shakespeare’s most exciting histories, and this lean, muscular version dives deep into the heart of that timeless question: What does it mean to become a Man?

ADVISORY

Recommended for Ages 16+

CAST

KING HENRY: Joel Swetow*, James Sutorius*
HAL: Michael Kirby*, Ramon de Ocampo*
HOTSPUR: Joe Holt*, Daniel Bess*
FALSTAFF: Stephen Caffrey*, Gregory Itzin*
LADY PERCY/ FIRST CARRIER: Sally Hughes, Desirée Mee Jung
WESTMORELAND/GLENDOWER/FIRST TRAVELER: Mark Bramhall*, Joe Hulser*
NORTHUMBERLAND/BARDOLPH/CHAMBERLAIN: Mitchell Edmonds*, Marcelo Tubert*
POINS/DOUGLAS/AIDE: Jesse Gavin*, Jason Turner
WORCESTER/SHERIFF: Bo Foxworth*, Tony Amendola*
GADSHILL/LADY MORTIMER/MESSENGER: Danielle Thorpe*, Tro Shaw*
QUICKLY/VERNON/SECOND TRAVELER: Rhonda Aldrich*, Elizabeth Dennehy*
BLUNT/MORTIMER/PETO/SECOND CARRIER: Jeff Torres, Adam J. Smith*






*member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S. This production is presented under the auspices of the Actors’ Equity Los Angeles Membership Company Rule

Production Team

Scenic Design: François-Pierre Couture
Costume Design: Terri A. Lewis
Sound Design/Original Music: Peter Bayne
Lighting Design: Michael Gend
Production Manager, Master Electrician, Properties Design, Technical Director: Adam Meyer
Production Stage Manager & Wardrobe Mistress: Kristin Weber
Dramaturg: Armin Shimerman
Assistant Stage Manager: Emily Lehrer
Welsh Language Coach: Canon Ian Davies
Rehearsal Assistant Stage Manager: Anne Kelly
Assistant Directors: Rachel Berney Needleman & Maureen Lee Lenker
Curtain Speech: Seamus Dever
Set Construction: Grove Scenery
Fight Choreographer: Ken Merckx
Assistant Fight Choreographer: Marc Leclerc

“Run do not walk to The Antaeus Theatre Company’s production of William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part One.”  – NoHo Arts District

“This powerful interpretation of the making of a king more than succeeds in the hands of a capable Antaeus ensemble.” – Broadway World

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