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February 14-March 8, 2020

A story of one of England’s greatest kings, Shakespeare’s Henry V is also a subtle exploration of the balance between patriotism and nationalism. As thrilling as it is thoughtful, Henry V forces us to confront how power is taken, how its wielded, and the lengths to which we go to keep it.

Onstage at The Kestrel:

St. Mary's Community Center

3900 Roland Ave

Baltimore, MD 21211


$24 Regular Admission; $19 Discount Admission (Students, Artists, Veterans, & Seniors)


All tickets General Admission; No reserved seating

Box Office opens one hour prior to curtain

Pre-show musical entertainment begins

30 minutes prior to curtain

Free pre-show lecture each Saturday at 7pm

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Saturday February 15

Free lecture @ 7pm! 

Lauren Romagnano presents...

King Henry: The Charming Colonizer

Saturday February 22

Free lecture @ 7pm! 

by BSF Greenspring Performance Interns

Learn more about our unique production experience! 

Saturday February 29

Free lecture @ 7pm! 

by Director Grayson Owen 

Nationalism and Xenophobia in Henry V 

Saturday March 7

Free lecture @ 7pm! 

by Director Grayson Owen 

Henry V and the Patriarchy

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