Seminar

The Tragedy of King Richard II

by William Shakespeare

Directed by David Demke



One of Shakepseare’s most lyrical plays, this is the first of his history series that continues with Parts 1 and 2 of King Henry IV and with King Henry V. The unpopular King Richard II, having bankrupted his country, banishes his cousin Henry Bolingbroke who later returns and deposes Richard. Richard is imprisoned, and later murdered while Bolingbroke is crowned King Henry IV.

 

The Tragedy of King Richard II

The Tragedy of King Richard II

The Tragedy of King Richard II


Production Info

Director: David Demke (Shakespeare & Co.)
Scenic Design: Garret Wilson
Lighting Design: David Yergan
Costume Design: Patty Pawliczak
Fight Choreographer: Corrine May (Shakespeare & Co.)
Voice Coach: Kate Kelly Bouchard
Movement Coach: Barbara Opitz
Text Coach: Clare Reidy (Shakespeare & Co.)

Dates & Tickets

Fall 2008
Tickets are not availabile at this time