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35 Star Starred
Onyx Theatre
953 E. Sahara Avenue Las Vegas, NV 89104
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"Henry V"
5 ratings
4.2 average rating
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5 events
4 reviews
0 stars
attended Dec 13 2008

Phenomenal acting. A little long (almost three hours)but certainly worth going to see. Wonderful theater company. Wonderful directing.

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3 reviews
3 stars
attended Dec 13 2008

very energetic performance. most of the cast is excellent.

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1 review
1 stars
attended Dec 16 2008

A hard-working and talented cast presented this play with strong feeling. Even I who knows next to nothing about Shakespeare enjoyed the experience. My hearing is a little impaired, but I sat in the middle of the front row where I heard...continued

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“Wild-west avante-garde theatre.” -Las Vegas Review-Journal
“Vividly violent and ferociously tender…the most impressive performance I have seen in Las Vegas this year, whether on or off the strip…” - _Joe Brown, Las Vegas Sun _


“Straight up – it is time to remember honor and glory,” explains John Beane. “We are presenting this, the most heroic of the histories, as a reminder of potential. We have spent the last season exploring the underbelly, rolling in the dirt, the sexual, the beautiful – it is time to remember where we come from. The quest for the divine. And the idea of victory in even the most impossible circumstances…”

Insurgo’s Henry V stars Cockroach’s Ernie Curcio as Henry, Atlas Theatre’s Chris Mayse as Westmoreland and Pistol, CSN Theatre Professor Joe Hammond as Exeter, Endless Productions’ and Insurgent Timothy Burris as the Constable and Caimbridge, Found Door’s and Insurgent TJ Larsen as Williams and Insurgents Brandon McClenahan, Natascha Negro, Sean Critchfield, F. Ed Knutson, Paul Besterman, Breon Jenay, Stacia Zinkevich, Samuel Craner, Sandy Stein, Michael Drake and Kevin Matthews. Guest artists Thom Chratska and Michael Kimm round out the cast. Featuring fights by Sean Critchfield, the production is directed by John Beane and assistant directed by Samuel Craner.