Advice To The Players’ production of Henry V will be performing in the Elizabeth Cheney Studio Theater at 10am on Friday September 9. The show will be under two hours and include a talk back with the performers–including PSU alums (Garrison Barron, Andrew Codispoti, and Ethan Fifield) and current students (Sara-Ann Bailinson & Abi Burke)–Imanee Gordon is also SM’ing. I included a little marketing description below.
There will be no charge for PSU community. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions, need more info, etc.. Always -Jessie
Politics, history, and swordfights- Advice To The Players is eager to share with you their production of Henry V. King Henry V, the young king of England, searches for evidence that he is the rightful ruler of both England and France. After an insult from the French Dauphin, Henry rallies his troops and invades France. Watch as Henry navigates this tricky time, and keeps his troops strong in battle against all odds. Henry V is sponsored by New Hampshire Electric Cooperative Foundation.
King Henry V will be portrayed by an ATTP favorite- Will Johnston who has been a company member for most of his life, starting in Shakesperience! Camp. Caroline Nesbitt*, founder of Advice To The Players, will be taking the stage in a few roles including Queen Isabel. ATTP newcomer, Katie Hauser*, based in NYC will be visiting New Hampshire for the first time to be a part of the cast. Returning to the stage we have Andrew Codispoti, Arielle Kaplan, Ethan Fifield, and Lucy Randall-Tapply. The cast is filled out with emerging talent from the PSU community, and new and familiar faces from the Lakes and Mountains Regions of NH. This cast is packed with talent and armed with swords. Directed by Kristin Clippard–a freelance Shakespeare director who has worked all over the country, this will be a show you won’t soon forget.
*Appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers