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About This Show

King Richard neglects his subjects and spends lavishly, giving rise
to his charismatic cousin Henry Bolingbroke. As the battle to rule
England approaches, Richard’s supporters abandon him for his rival.
Will Richard learn what it means to be a king before he loses the
crown? Written entirely in verse, Richard II contains some of
Shakespeare’s most thrilling language.

This production runs in repertory with Henry V, for a detailed calendar, please click here.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: February 2, 2010 Final Performance: April 11, 2010
Location: Sidney Harman Hall, Washington, DC

610 F St NW,

Washington,

20001

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