A gallery of images from Folger Theatre's production of Shakespeare's piercing political play King John.
Directed by Aaron Posner
Scenic Design by Andrew Cohen
Costume Design by Sarah Cubbage
Lighting Design by Max Doolittle
Original Music and Sound Design by Lindsay Jones
On stage October 23 - December 2, 2018.
King John (Brian Dykstra) honors Philip Faulconbridge, the Bastard (Kate Eastwood Norris). Also pictured l to r: Brian Reisman, Elan Zafir, Kate Goehring.
A joyous court of France as Austria (Maboud Ebrahimzadeh) takes hands with young Arthur (Megan Graves), with King Philip (Howard W. Overshown) and Louis the Dauphin (Akeem Davis) showing their support.
Philip the Bastard (Kate Eastwood Norris) presses his mother Lady Faulconbridge (Kate Goehring) to know the true identity of his father.
Philip, King of France (Howard W. Overshown) weighing heavy matters of the State (also pictured: Sasha Olinick as the French emissary).
Brian Dykstra as John, King of England (also pictured: Maboud Ebrahimzadeh and Sasha Olinick) in Folger Theatre’s King John.
Louis the Dauphin, son of the King of France (Akeem Davis) and John’s niece Blanche of Spain (Alina Collins Maldonado) arranged to be wed, a sign of peace between France and England.
Hubert, King John’s personal attendant (Elan Zafir), stops Constance (Holly Twyford) from physical attack, as her son Arthur (Megan Graves) looks on.
Philip Faulconbridge (Kate Eastwood Norris) has a moment of reflection as Hubert (Elan Zafir) picks up the body of young Arthur (Megan Graves).