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Henry IV: Your Prince and Mine

Wednesday, July 30 - Sunday, August 3 


The Pub


The Pre-Show Pub Experience is SOLD OUT. If you would like to add your name to a wait list, please arrive 15 minutes before the performance slot. Waitlist entry is not guaranteed and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

A limited-admission pre-show that offers an intimate close-up of the heart of the Henry IV story.  Performed at 5:30pm and 6:10pm each night before the show in the park. 

Gojjo Bar and Restaurant
4540 Baltimore Ave.

Free! But space is limited.

Just added!
An extra performance of the pre-show at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, August 6, 5pm. Visit the Museum of Art website for more details.

The Show


Two young rebels and a king:
Harry “Hotspur” Percy is mounting a rebellion to defend the honor of his family against the callous power of his uncle, King Henry IV.

Prince Hal is recklessly drinking away his legitimate authority as heir to the throne, presiding with his obnoxious friend Falstaff over a small kingdom of drunkards and thieves at the Boar’s Head Tavern.

King Henry IV’s plan to lead a victorious crusade to the Holy Lands is quashed by the mess at home.
 In epic style, forces will clash on the battle field and in the hearts of all three men.

Directed by Alex Torra
Produced by Shakespeare in Clark Park with Team Sunshine Performance Corporation
Associate Direction by Tommy Butler
Set Design by John McDermott
Sound Design by Dan Perelstein
Costume Design by Laila Swanson
Lighting Design by Oona Curley
Original Music by Alex Bechtel
Pub Experience by Makoto Hirano
General of the Army Benjamin Camp
Recruitment by Liz Green

Adam Altman    
Marla Burkholder        
Rob Cutler                             
Charlie DelMarcelle                    
Darin Dunston                                 
Lori Felipe-Barkin                    
Daniel Fredrick                     
Brandon Pierce                         
Brian Ratcliffe                         
Justin Rose   
Jerry Rudasill                     
Brian Anthony Wilson

All events FREE and open to the general public.

This project is sponsored in part by a generous grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

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 The Army


Over 100 people are involved in the presentation of the epic Act V Battle of Shrewsbury.  Come check out the action, and meet the many community volunteers who made it happen.

Stop by the Conversation Station in Clark Park to learn more about the history of the play, ask questions about the rehearsal process, and join the community conversation about violence and public art. Look for the "What's Happening Here?" banner each evening of the show and during Sunday rehearsals in the park.