Henry V: The Fields of France Now in a Wichita Park Near You!

Poster Design: Troy Dilport

Don’t miss this action packed show!

Henry V
Directed by Abri Geist Dennis

Fri June 9 – College Hill Park, Wichita
Sat June 10 – Hap McLean Park, Park City
Sun June 11 – Andover Sports Park, Andover
Fri June 16 – College Hill Park, Wichita
Sat June 17 – Harvest Park, Wichita
Sun June 18 – Central Riverside Park, Wichita
Fri June 23 – Central Riverside Park, Wichita
Sat June 24 – High Park, Derby
Sun June 25 – Wichita Scottish Rite

All performances begin at 7pm.

Call for information about cancellations due to inclement weather (6pm on the day of the show): 316-655-2017




Park Schedule for 2017 season

Henry V
Presented by the Wichita Shakespeare Company
The Wichita Shakespeare Company (WSC) opens its 2017 Shakespeare-in- the-Park series with “Henry V.” Shakespeare’s best known History play features such famous speeches as “Once more into the breech…” and St. Crispin’s Day (“We few, we happy few, we band of Brothers..”).

The play is directed by first-time WSC director Abri Geist-Dennis. While a new director to us, Dennis has been a featured actress in several past WSC productions. The large impressive cast she has assembled for this production includes Trevor Farney as Henry, Matt Gurley as Pistol, Elizabeth Anderson as Exeter, and Claire Wehry as the Dauphin. Others in the cast include Sheena Monroe, Cat Connolly, Jewell Martinez, John Lloyd Stafford III, Heather Miller, Amy Shelden, Vonda Schuster, Jerry Wehry, Dan Schuster, Kevin Sowers, Erin Kay Warry-Reed, Janet Davis, Jeremy Buoy, Cora O’Brien, and Amanda Denning.

Shakespeare-in- the-Park will return to the very popular Central Riverside, Harvest, and College Hill Parks in Wichita. Parks in Andover, Park City, and Derby will complete the tour. Additionally, a special indoor performance will be held at the Wichita Scottish Rite Center. All shows will begin at 7:00 pm, with an approximate running time of one hour and forty-five minutes. As always, the play is performed free to all audiences but donations are accepted and appreciated. Those attending the park performances are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets and, of course, bug spray. (Note: Seating will be provided for the indoor performance).

In the event of inclement weather, there will be a message posted at 6 pm on the WSC line (316-655- 2017) alerting if the show has been cancelled for that evening. Exact park and performance locations and dates are as follows:

June 9th …College Hill Park, Wichita
June 10th …Hap McLean Park, Park City
June 11th …Andover Sports Park
June 16th …College Hill Park, Wichita
June 17th …Harvest Park, Wichita
June 18th … Central Riverside Park, Wichita
June 23rd …Central Riverside Park, Wichita
June 24th …High Park, Derby
June 25th …Wichita Scottish Rite Center

For additional information regarding this show or press release, contact Abri Geist-Dennis at (316) 393-4686. Additionally, check out our website at www.wichitashakespearecompany.org or find and “like” us on www.facebook.com.

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Fri Sept 8 – Central Riverside Park, Wichita
Sat Sept 9 – Harvest Park, Wichita
Sun Sept 10 – Andover Sports Park, Andover
Fri Sept 15 – College Hill Park, Wichita
Sat Sept 16 – Hap McLean Park, Park City
Sun Sept 17 – Central Riverside Park, Wichita
Fri Sept 22 – College Hill Park, Wichita
Sat Sept 23 – High Park, Derby
Sun Sept 24 – Wichita Scottish Rite