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$38 Preview Performances: March 26 & 27
“Regal and relevant!” – Broadway World
About the Play
Two legendary lovers fight a battle of wits over the throne of England
“Well – what shall we hang? The holly or each other?” Set during Christmas in 1183, King Henry II and his wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine are embroiled in a wickedly amusing battle over which son will inherit the crown. It’s a high-stakes political game of chess, and the future of England hangs in the balance. This Tony Award-winning production went on to become an instant classic and an Academy Award winning film starring Katharine Hepburn and Peter O’Toole.
Special Thanks To
Season Benefactors: Patty and Jay Baker
Premier Corporate Sponsor: Cohen & Grigsby
Executive Producers: Erika and Peter Aron, Christine and Terrance Flynn, Barbara and George Franks, Nancy and Tom Gallagher, Valerie and Nizar Ghoussaini, Rosemary and Don Gunther, Linda and Bob Harden, Jenny and Richard Housh, Thelma and Bud Negley, Christine Paddock, Gail Paster, Susan Regenstein and Barry Frank, Dottie and John Remondi, Marie and Dick Stonesifer, Jane and Dave Wilson
Show Sponsors: Earle Borman Jr. and Polly Keller, RaceTrac
Star Sponsors: Kay Burns, Joyce and Allen Gerstein, Kathy and David Holmes, Robert Marconi, Moya and Bob Chase
Evening Performances: 8:00PM
Matinee Performances: 3:00PM
Running Time: TBA
VIP TICKETS. These exclusive tickets include up-close, center seats, a glass of wine, a commemorative wine glass for in-theatre use, and a $90 tax-deductible donation in support of world-class theatre. Look for the RED VIP seats in the seating chart when ordering tickets.
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