Review: Henry V

  ✮✮✮✮✮ When the one-man Chorus of Henry V asks at the beginning of the play “Can this cockpit [i.e. the theatre] hold / The vasty fields of France?,” he is addressing a genuine, pragmatic conundrum for the staging of plays in Elizabethan England. How can an audience conjure up the bloody fields of Agincourt with the […]

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