Friday, September 7, 2012

Check out these 'Henry V' preview videos from The Rep

Posted By on Fri, Sep 7, 2012 at 2:55 PM

The Arkansas Repertory Theatres production of Henry V opens tonight.
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  • The Arkansas Repertory Theatre's production of "Henry V" opens tonight.

The Arkansas Repertory Theater's production of "Henry V" has its official opening tonight. Times contributor Aaron Sarlo gave us a preview of what to expect from the production.

The Rep also has something to give you an idea of what to look forward to. After the jump, check out some short videos of actor Avery Clark talking about his role as Henry, and D.C. Wright, fight director, who gives us a glimpse into what all goes into choreographing massive fight scenes in a way that's compelling and safe. He also goes into the grisly details of warfare in the era of the Hundred Years' War.

Interesting stuff about what will likely be an impressive production.

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