Runs from Thursday July 19 2018 to Sunday August 5 2018

Approximate running time: 2 hours and 45 minutes


Main Stage
2755 Station Ave
Center Valley Pennsylvania 18034

Performance Notes


By William Shakespeare
Directed by Gina Lamparella
July 19 – August 5

More philosopher than king, King Richard is an intelligent but
ineffectual monarch. Convinced of his divine right to rule, he
leads recklessly which gives the cunning Henry Bolingbroke an
opening to challenge his claim to the throne. Filled with
magnificent verse and Shakespeare’s singular wisdom and insight,
King Richard II is a deeply moving and illuminating portrait of
how the forces of history collide to set in motion a dynastic
civil war that lasts 100 years. See this first chapter in Shakespeare’s
epic cycle of the wars that shaped a nation’s political landscape. In coming
seasons, look forward to the next two chapters: Henry IV, Parts I and II.

Recommended for ages 10+.

Prologues: join us for insights into the play in an informal setting. FREE. Held in the the theatre 45 minutes prior to curtain.

Please be advised that groups (ten tickets or more) are not available online.
To purchase group tickets, please call the box office at 610-282-3654 x2

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