|Henry IV Part I|
|Fee:||$175 due at audition.|
No refunds after start of auditions.
|Registration:||Feb 26–Mar 10|
|Auditions:||Tue Mar 22, 5–7 PM|
Mon, Wed, Thu, 5–8 PM starting March 28th.
Dress Rehearsals: May 9–12
Friday, May 13, 7pm|
Saturday, May 14, 7pm
Sunday, May 15, 2pm
|Reduced program fees are available to those who require financial assistance. An application for reduced program fees must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the first meeting of a production or workshop to be considered. Please contact the treasurer for more information.|
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Welcome to ACT's 2016 Spring Shakespeare production.
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Auditions are scheduled for Tuesday, March 22nd 5:00–7:00 PM
In preparation for auditions, please:
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Our first rehearsal will be Monday, March 28th from 5–7 PM at ACT. We will also be having our parent meeting at 6:30 pm to solicit volunteers to help with the production.
Here is the schedule for the first week:
|Mon Mar 28, 2016||5–7 PM||First Rehearsal||All||ACA/ACT|
|6:30–7 PM||Parent Meeting||All||ACA/ACT|
|Wed Mar 30, 2016||5–7 PM||Rehearsal||All||ACA/ACT|
|Thu Mar 31, 2016||5–7 PM||Rehearsal||All||ACA/ACT|
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Henry Bolingbroke—now King Henry IV—is having an unquiet reign. His personal disquiet at the murder of his predecessor Richard II would be solved by a crusade to the Holy Land, but broils on his borders with Scotland and Wales prevent that. Moreover, he is increasingly at odds with the Percy family, who helped him to his throne, and Edmund Mortimer, the Earl of March, Richard II's chosen heir.
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