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ST. GEORGE'S DAY 'KING HENRY V

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
By WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Persons represented :
King Henry the Fifth
Duke of Gloucester Brothers to the King Duke of Bedford Brothers to the King
Duke of Exeter, Uncle to the King Duke of York, Cousin to the King Earl of Salisbury
Earl of Westmoreland Earl of Warwick
Archbishop of Canterbury Bishop of Ely
Earl of Cambridge Lord Scroop
Sir Thomas Erping ham ..... Officers in King Henry's army
Gower ..........
Fluellen ..... Bates ... Soldiers in the same
Williams
Pistol Nym
Bardolph Boy
A Herald
Charles the Sixth, King of Franco Lewis , the Dauphin Duke of Burgundy Duke of Orleans Duke of Bourbon
The Constable of France Governor of Harfleur
Montjoy, a French Herald
Ambassadors to the King of England
Isabel, Queen of Franco Katharine , daughter to Charles and Isabel Alice , a lady attending on her
Lords, Ladies, Officers, Soldiers,
Citizens, Messengers and Attendants, Chorus
Scene: England, afterwards Franco
Produced by HOWARD ROSE

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