“A Masterpiece!” – New York Post
“From this day to the ending of the world, but we in it shall be remembered, we few, we happy few, we band of brothers…” – Act IV, Scene iii
Shakespeare’s powerful history play about the legendary warrior king takes center stage at CFRT for the very first time in a propulsive, provocative production with contemporary resonances. Henry V is a play about going to war: the brotherhood, the valor, the costs and consequences. At what cost to his subjects and his conscience does Henry pursue the glories of his nation and his reign?
Directed by Tom Quaintance
Performance Schedule for the Role of Chorus:
|10/27||Jeremy Fiebig||11/10||Jeremy Fiebig|
|10/28||Tom Quaintance||11/11||Tom Quaintance|
|10/29||Tom Quaintance||11/12 (2)||Jeremy Fiebig|
|10/30||Jeremy Fiebig||11/12 (7:30)||Tom Quaintance|
What is this play rated: This is a play of soaring verse and epic themes. It is also a play about war, and, as such, it contains some scenes of violence and death. It has some suggestive language – in French. It is suitable for any audience that is prepared for this violence and for Shakespeare’s language.
Behind the Curtain: Free Sneak Peek
Tuesday, Oct. 18th- 6:15 pm
Gain special access to Henry V when you join director Tom Quaintance, designers, and cast for a look, behind the curtain, at the production process. – Free Event
Beer & The Bard: Opening Night Celebration
October 29- 6:15 pm
Join us for a pre-show mixer and complimentary craft beer tasting from our local brewery partners, Southern Pines Brewing Company, before the opening night performance of Henry V.
11/11 to 11/13 Veteran’s Day Weekend
Cape Fear Regional Theatre thanks our Veterans and Active Duty Military. In honor of Veteran’s Day Weekend tickets for active military and veterans are $15 for performances on 11/11 through 11/13. Discount tickets unavailable for purchase online. Please call the box office for assistance.
* 11/12 Saturday Matinee Group Tix:
Join us for the Saturday Matinee and SAVE! Tickets for groups of 4 or more are only $15 per person. Discount tickets unavailable for purchase online. Please call the box office for assistance.
Gifting Student Tickets
CFRT and Cumberland County Schools partner each season with the Classic Theatre Series production. 11th grade English students experience live theatre at no cost to them. You can be a part of this program by gifting student tickets for $10 per student. Donations can be sent to CFRT, 1209 Hay Street, Fay., NC 28305.
Season Subscribers: Please note due to the student matinees there will be no Wednesday shows. Those who hold “Limited” season tickets may attend Thurs. or Sun. performances.
Public Performance Dates & Times
|Thursday||Oct. 27||7:30 PM||$15|
|Friday||Oct. 28||7:30 PM||$15|
|Saturday||Oct. 29||7:30 PM||$25|
|Sunday||Oct. 30||2:00 PM||$25|
|Thursday||Nov. 3||7:30 PM||$15|
|Friday||Nov. 4||7:30 PM||$25|
|Saturday||Nov. 5||7:30 PM||$25|
|Sunday||Nov. 6||2:00 PM||$25|
|Thursday||Nov. 10||7:30 PM||$20|
|Friday||Nov. 11||7:30 PM||$25|
|Saturday||Nov. 12||2:00 PM||$15/25*|
|Saturday||Nov. 12||7:30 PM||$25|
|Sunday||Nov. 13||2:00 PM||$25|
The National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest presents Shakespeare in American Communities. Cape Fear Regional Theatre is one of 40 professional theater companies selected to participate in bringing the finest productions of Shakespeare to middle-and-high school students in communities across the United States. This is the 13th year of this national program, the largest tour of Shakespeare in American history.
King of France/Erpingham
Chorus / Governor
Musical Director/French Soldier
Greta Marie Zandstra
Cambridge/Gower/Queen of France
Director & Chorus/Governor
*Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.