Liev Schreiber(Photo © Michael Portantiere)
Liev Schreiber
(Photo © Michael Portantiere)
Complete casting has been announced for the Public Theater's upcoming production of William Shakespeare's Henry V at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park.

As was previously announced, Liev Schreiber (The Mercy Seat, Betrayal) will play Henry V. He'll be joined by Bronson Pinchot in the role of Pistol; Pinchot appeared on Broadway in Zoya's Apartment and Putting It Together but is best known for his role of Balki on TV's Perfect Strangers.

The cast of Henry V will also include David Costabile at Montjoy, Adam Dannheisser as Williams, Gregory Derelian as Scroop, Mark Gerald Douglas as MacMorris, Colman Domingo as Rambures, Peter Gerety as Fluellen, Mercedes Herrero as Hostess Quickley, Nicole Leach as Katherine, Dan Moran as Nym, Daniel Oreskes as Exeter, Orlando Pabotoy as Jamy, Steven Rattazzi as the Chorus, Martin Rayner as the French King, Tom Robbins as Bardolph, and Ryan Shively as the Dauphin.

Directed by Mark Wing-Davey, the production will feature scenic design by Mark Wendland, costume design by Gabriel Berry, and lighting design by David Weiner.

Performances of Henry V begin on June 24. Tickets are free and are only available on the day of performance. For additional information, phone 212-539-8750 or visit the website www.publictheater.org.