Henry IV

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Storm Lake Pilot-Tribune
'All the world is a stage'by a Summer Shakes performance -- including multiple scenes from Shakespeare's
'All the world is a stage'
Storm Lake Pilot-Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
by a Summer Shakes performance -- including multiple scenes from Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" and a fencing duel from "Henry IV" -- on the outdoor stage before a live audience. "Special time and special people bring these things to Spencer.... Read more
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express
Top Ten facts about rosestime of the wars, the red rose was not adopted by the House of Lancaster until
Top Ten facts about roses
express / Posted 5 days ago
time of the wars, the red rose was not adopted by the House of Lancaster until later 2. Though it had been one emblem of Henry IV, the first king of the House of Lancaster. 3. President George Washington was one of the first rose-growers in the... Read more
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NJ.com
Hamilton Park to host Hudson Shakespeare's 'Henry IV'returns for its third and final installment of its 25th anniversary Shakespeare
Hamilton Park to host Hudson Shakespeare's 'Henry IV'
NJ.com / Posted 8 days ago
returns for its third and final installment of its 25th anniversary Shakespeare in the Park tour with both parts of the Henry IV story. The show will be presented Thursday, Aug. 18 at 7 p.m. at Hamilton Park in Jersey City. The theatre company... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Meet David Turrentine, ultimate understudymultiple roles — he is understudying three in "Tug of War" at Chicago Shakespea
Meet David Turrentine, ultimate understudy
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
multiple roles — he is understudying three in "Tug of War" at Chicago Shakespeare this fall, and he did a hot dozen in "Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2" also at Chicago Shakespeare. At this point in his career, he said, he has understudied at least half... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Summer Shakespeare: A critic's take on the secret to theatrical successthis spring I had the opportunity to see Antony Sher’s touted Falstaff in the R
Summer Shakespeare: A critic's take on the secret to theatrical success
Los Angeles Times / Posted 10 days ago
this spring I had the opportunity to see Antony Sher’s touted Falstaff in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of “Henry IV, Parts I and II” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and what struck me about this intensely vivid characterization... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Synecdoche/Santa Fe | The mind’s a stage for Jared Weisshas grown in popularity, with some kids traveling from as far as an hour away t
Synecdoche/Santa Fe | The mind’s a stage for Jared Weiss
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 17 days ago
has grown in popularity, with some kids traveling from as far as an hour away to perform. The Upstart Crows’ production of Henry IV, Part I boasts two alternating casts made up of 24 young actors. Farkas tells SFR, “You could technically come two... Read more
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Evening Standard
How The History Boys conquered the worldThe Cursed Child with Jamie Parker as Harry Potter. (MANUEL HARLAN) Parker has
How The History Boys conquered the world
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
The Cursed Child with Jamie Parker as Harry Potter. (MANUEL HARLAN) Parker has had a solid stage career, giving a muscular Henry IV and Henry V at Shakespeare’s Globe, and putting his vocal talents to good use in musicals from Guys and Dolls to... Read more
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The Seattle Times
At Oregon Shakespeare Fest, generous helpings of classics and new worksof kingship dramas, which OSF will mount over coming seasons in chronological h
At Oregon Shakespeare Fest, generous helpings of classics and new works
The Seattle Times / Posted 19 days ago
of kingship dramas, which OSF will mount over coming seasons in chronological historical order, starting in 2017 with “King Henry IV,” Parts One and Two. “The Winter’s Tale” While “Richard II” embellishes upon recorded history, “The Winter’s Tale”... Read more
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The Inyo Register
August 7)– Tessa Allen, American actress 1996 – Liam James, Canadian actor 461 – Major
August 7)
The Inyo Register / Posted 20 days ago
– Tessa Allen, American actress 1996 – Liam James, Canadian actor 461 – Majorian, Roman emperor (b. 420) 1106 – Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1050) 1385 – Joan of Kent (b. 1328) 1485 – Alexander Stewart, Duke of Albany (b.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
How stories shaped Weyni Mengesha into the theatre director she is todayshow at the Stratford Festival – Breath of Kings: Rebellion, an abridgement of
How stories shaped Weyni Mengesha into the theatre director she is today
The Globe and Mail / Posted 25 days ago
show at the Stratford Festival – Breath of Kings: Rebellion, an abridgement of Shakespeare’s Richard II and Henry IV, Part I. And immediately after her Soulpepper show opens, Mengehsa’s off to Pasadena, Calif., to make her American... Read more
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The Inyo Register
July 31)puts an end to the revolt of his vassals Henry III of England and Hugh X of Lus
July 31)
The Inyo Register / Posted 27 days ago
puts an end to the revolt of his vassals Henry III of England and Hugh X of Lusignan. 1403 – Battle of Shrewsbury: King Henry IV of England defeats rebels to the north of the county town of Shropshire, England. 1545 – The first landing of... Read more
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Western Advocate
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
Western Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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Kiama Independent
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
Kiama Independent / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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Manning River Times
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
Manning River Times / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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The North West Star
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
The North West Star / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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Daily Liberal
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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The Border Mail
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
The Border Mail / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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The Courier
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
The Courier / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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The Young Witness
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alonetaken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack
JK Rowling, please leave Harry Potter alone
The Young Witness / Posted 28 days ago
taken over one of London's largest theatres for a two-parter (written with Jack Thorne) that's reminiscent of Shakespeare's Henry IV, but the printed version (for that's what's on offer, not a novelisation) is likely to be the year's biggest-selling... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Orson Welles' Masterpiece - 'Chimes at Midnight'one." It is hardly surprising, therefore, that when Welles chose to make his fi
Orson Welles' Masterpiece - 'Chimes at Midnight'
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 30 days ago
one." It is hardly surprising, therefore, that when Welles chose to make his final Shakespeare film, he conflated parts of 'Henry IV' (parts1 & 2) with lines from 'Richard II,' 'Henry V,' and 'The Merry Wives of indoor' to produce his masterpiece,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Chanel snaps up four companies to secure high-end silk suppliespeople. Silk making, once mainly the preserve in Europe of Sicily, started in
Chanel snaps up four companies to secure high-end silk supplies
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 1 months ago
people. Silk making, once mainly the preserve in Europe of Sicily, started in earnest in 16th century France under King Henry IV, who ordered the plantation of thousands of mulberries in Provence and Languedoc for the production of silk... Read more
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Reuters
Chanel snaps up four companies to secure high-end silk suppliespeople. Silk making, once mainly the preserve in Europe of Sicily, started in
Chanel snaps up four companies to secure high-end silk supplies
Reuters / Posted 1 months ago
people. Silk making, once mainly the preserve in Europe of Sicily, started in earnest in 16th century France under King Henry IV, who ordered the plantation of thousands of mulberries in Provence and Languedoc for the production of silk... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Chanel snaps up 4 companies to secure high-end silk suppliespeople. Silk making, once mainly the preserve in Europe of Sicily, started in
Chanel snaps up 4 companies to secure high-end silk supplies
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 1 months ago
people. Silk making, once mainly the preserve in Europe of Sicily, started in earnest in 16th century France under King Henry IV, who ordered the plantation of thousands of mulberries in Provence and Languedoc for the production of silk... Read more
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express
Queen's private income jumps 8 per cent to £17.8 millioncost of the Royal Family is well over £300 million a year. The Duchy, the pers
Queen's private income jumps 8 per cent to £17.8 million
express / Posted 1 months ago
cost of the Royal Family is well over £300 million a year. The Duchy, the personal estate of the reigning monarch since Henry IV established it in 1399, saw its total capital value increase by 4.8 per cent to £494.7 million in the year to March... Read more
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The Border Mail
Othello tour to deliver for The Bard’s tragicsopening of the new performing arts centre and we are in no doubt that Othello w
Othello tour to deliver for The Bard’s tragics
The Border Mail / Posted 1 months ago
opening of the new performing arts centre and we are in no doubt that Othello will be as powerful and thought provoking as Henry IV and Julius Caesar,” Ms Hargrave says. The LowdownWhat: Bell Shakespeare – Othello When: July 26, Albury... Read more

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