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Henry V: A Nashville Story of Politics and Brotherhood by Steven Fiske

With live music, food trucks, and the promise of an evening of good theater, it is no wonder that patrons annually flock to the Nashville Shakespeare Festival. This year’s production of Henry V – directed by recent Nashville transplant Nat McIntyre – placed the final play of William Shakespeare’s Henriad tetralogy (Osborne 341) into Civil…

Posted by on September 25, 2015 in News, , , ,


Henry V (Nashville Shakespeare Festival) by Ruisa Hinds

The Nashville Shakespeare Festival has been around since 1988 and is a project funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission, and the Tennessee Arts Commission. Their mission “is to educate and entertain the Mid-South community through professional Shakespearean experiences,” and their productions are free and open to…

Posted by on September 25, 2015 in News, , ,


The Tie Between English Nationalism and American Racism by Madagan Riley

Over the past month, the Nashville Shakespeare Festival (NSF) produced Henry V as their 28th annual Shakespeare in the Park in Centennial Park of Nashville. Following the last two summer productions of A Mid-summers Nights Dream and Much Ado About Nothing that the company both set in the American South, no one was extremely surprised when director Nat…

Posted by on September 22, 2015 in Blog posts, , , ,


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