“[…] the actors continued their extraordinary performance, and the audience sat under their umbrellas, mesmerized by Harry the King and his loyal crew.”

– Victoria Shinkaruk, Montreal Rampage

Harry the King: The Famous Victories of Henry V (2014)

The Play

The adventurous tale of a rebellious prince who grows up to become one of England’s most revered kings. Adapted from William Shakespeare’s historical plays Henry IV pt. 1, pt. 2 and Henry V, this story follows Prince Henry, who seems to be doing everything a young prince shouldn’t. But when he’s called upon to become king and ‘pay the debt he never promised,’ he rises to the occasion, uniting a country and inspiring a nation.

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A jury of our theatre-industry peers nominated the cast member Andrew Chown for the Outstanding Emerging Artist Montréal English Theatre Award (META)! Learn more

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The Team

Artistic Team

Director: Paul Hopkins

Set, Props & Costume Designer: Marija Djordjevic

Composer, Sound Designer & Musical Director: David Oppenheim

Lighting Designer: Corey MacVicar

Fight Director: Jean-François Gagnon

Production Staff

Diana Daly, Production Manager

Meredith Daley, Tour Manager

Martine Beland, Stage Manager

Corey MacVicar, Technical Director

Kate Hennigar, Assistant Technical Director

Karen Oberer, Dramaturge

Paul Yachnin, Dramaturge

Lucia Corak, Assistant Stage Manager

Elyse Quesnel, Apprentice Stage Manager

Bruce Lambie, Head of Lighting

Philippe Jeansonne, Head of Sound

Carlan Lonsdale, Site Technician

Jez Yung, Head of Wardrobe

Coral Coughlan, Head Props

Joanne Kelemen, Seamstress


(In alphabetical order:)

Andrew Chown – Soldier (Hotspur, Clarence, Chorus)

Jean-François Gagnon – Real Lord Chief Justice

Rebecca Gibian – Poins (Prince John, Katherine, Chorus)

Alex Goldrich – Bardolph (Northumberland, Michael Williams, King of France, Chorus)

Matthew Kabwe – Merchant (Henry IV, Constable of France, John Bates, Chorus)

Jon Lachlan Stewart – Monk (Lord Chief Justice, Salisbury, Dauphin,  Chorus)

Joel Miller – Falstaff (Chorus)

Katherine Turnbull – Mistress Quickly (Worcester, Alice, Messenger, Chorus)

Aris Tyros – Harry

Parks Visited

July 4-5: Huntingdon: Grove Hall

July 7-9: Westmount: Westmount Park

July 10: Outremont: Mount Royal Cemetery

July 11: Parc Extension: Jarry Park

July 12: Morin-Heights: Mont Bellevue

July 13: Dollard-des-Ormeaux: William Cosgrove Centennial Park

July 15: Pierrefonds: East Community Centre

July 16: Saint-Laurent: Philippe-Laheurte Park

July 17: Île-des-sœurs: West Vancouver Park

July 18: Plateau Mont-Royal: Jeanne-Mance Park

July 19: Knowlton: Douglass Beach

July 20: Hemmingford: Recreation Centre

July 22: McGill Campus: Three Bares Park

July23: Kirkland: Park Ecclestone

July 24: Dorval: Pine Beach Park

July 25-26: Westmount: Westmount Park

July 27: Beaconsfield: Park Centennial

July 29: NDG: NDG Park

July 30: Côte Saint-Luc: Pierre Elliott Trudeau Park

August 1: Québec City : Parc de la Francophonie

August 2-3: Westmount: Westmount Park

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