Ryan Winkles and Caroline Calkins in Shakespeare and Company's 'Henry V'. Photo by John Dolan

A Singer’s Notes 111: Two at Shakespeare and Company

For me, Shakespeare’s Henry the Fifth is as much about Falstaff as it is about Henry. Why the author’s abrupt bellicose turn to begin with? I think the playwright was afraid of Falstaff. He had already devoured two plays, Henry IV parts 1 and 2. Something had to be done.

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