Kenyon College Dance, Drama & Cinema Club (KCDDCC) presents "Henry V" by William Shakespeare, directed by Professor of Drama and Film Benjamin Viccellio.

Eager to move out from his father’s shadow, a charismatic young monarch must prove his worth as both a man and a king. With his country at unrest, the “warlike Harry” embraces the ferocity of battle and sets out to grow himself and his kingdom. At once a stirring coming-of-age story and a pageant of politics, power, brutality and hypocrisy, Shakespeare’s legendary play wrestles with the idea of Identity — personal and political — and argues that gistory, like any good story, is open to interpretation.

Tickets are available through the Bolton Theater Box Office, 740-427-5546, beginning at 1 p.m. on April 3, 2023, and at the door if not sold out.