Henry VIII 1997

Opened: June 13, 1997
Closing: July 09, 1997

Henry VIII - 1997 - Off-Broadway History , Info & More

Delacorte Theatre
81st and Central Park New York, NY 10024

Henry VIII by Shakespeare is a play based on realistic events; it follows King Henry VIII's divorce from Queen Katherine and his subsequent marriage to Anne Boleyn (Bullen in the play), who gives birth to Elizabeth I. The play recounts accusations and claims that lead to the fall of the Duke of Buckingham, Katherine, and Cardinal Wolsey. It illustrates their general acceptance that their fall from power is the natural course of events in the world.

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What productions of Henry VIII have there been?
Henry VIII has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 1997.
What awards has Henry VIII been nominated for?
Henry VIII has been nominated for the Outstanding Lighting Design award at the Drama Desk Awards. The nomination was for Kevin Adams.