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Richard II, Henry IV Parts I & II, and Henry V—together they tell a tale of family drama-fueled political conflict that spans three generations of the crown. In this momentous six-week residency marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, director Gregory Doran and the Royal Shakespeare Company present the epic four-play cycle in its entirety, offering a rare chance to experience the playwright—and his most fluent interpreters—on the grandest historical scale.
David Tennant makes his US debut in Shakespeare’s masterful study of squandered sovereignty.
Antony Sher is Falstaff in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s take on Henry IV.
A crown is passed from father to son in the conclusion of Shakespeare’s epic two-part play.
A young king exercises his ambition in the RSC’s take on Shakespeare’s incisive drama.
BAM and the Royal Shakespeare Company present this sumptuous benefit, fit for a king.
RSC Associate Director Owen Horsley guides actors through exercises in verse and movement.
The RSC artistic director and Shakespeare scholar discuss Shakespeare’s history cycle.
Get an in-depth look at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s epic staging of King and Country.
Astronomer Summer Ash leads this guided tour of the stars on the BAM Fisher Rooftop Terrace.
BAM and the Folger Shakespeare Library present an exhibition of rare paper artifacts.