Adapter/director Barbara Gaines didn’t need to combine three plays to get her message across about the deja vu of war.
Albert Williams reviews the English Shakespeare Company’s seminal 1988 adaptation of Shakespeare’s multipart chronicle and tragedy.
THE WARS OF THE ROSES English Shakespeare Company at the Auditorium Theatre A big bearded man shows up at the beginning of the English Shakespeare Company production of Henry V wearing a black tuxedo and looking a little like Orson Welles hosting Masterpiece Theatre. He’s the Chorus. He says he needs our help. “This wooden […]