Of Roys and kings: “The shadow of Succession”
The King, Prince Hal, and Falstaff: Shakespeare’s father-son triangle onstage and onscreen
Timothée Chalamet (Hal) in The King, 2019. IMDB One of Shakespeare’s most moving love triangles isn’t romantic, it’s filial. The tension between Prince Hal and his two father figures — King Henry IV and Sir John Falstaff — fuels both…
Lady Percy and Lady Mortimer in Henry IV, Part 1
Fat rogue, pampered glutton: Two Falstaffian context clues
Chimes at Midnight: Orson Welles is Falstaff
Mistress Quickly: From Hostess in 'Henry IV Part 1' to Fairy Queen in 'The Merry Wives of Windsor'
Can you feel the Shakespeare love tonight?
Drawing Shakespeare: Henry IV, Part 1
Drawing by Paul Glenshaw of the Folger bas-relief depicting a scene from Henry IV, Part 1 This is the tenth post in a series by artist Paul Glenshaw about drawing the bas-reliefs by sculptor John Gregory on the front of…
Play on! Yvette Nolan on translating 'Henry IV, Part 1'
If you’ve been following the Shakespeare & Beyond blog, you’ll know that the Folger has been doing a monthly series of Q&As with some of the playwrights and dramaturgs involved with Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Play on! project to translate all…