Shakespeare Globe London Cinema Series
NCM Fathom, Globe Theatre and Arts Alliance Media present a four part series of Classical Shakespeare plays in movie theaters nationwide this summer and fall. Captured in 2010 from the internationally renowned Globe Theatre in London each play starts at 6:30pm (runs approximately 3 hours) and tickets are $15. Each performance will include a historical perspective on the Globe Theatre, the reconstruction process, the work of the Globe Theatre today, and a behind-the-scenes look at each production with interviews from the actors and creative team involved.
Henry VIII- September 15
Henry VIII is a popular historical play by William Shakespeare. This work is based upon the life of Henry VIII of England. The drama was based on the actual monarch of England and the turbulent events and people who were important in his life. The play concentrates on his first two wives, Katherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn. King Henry VIII was a proud and willful monarch who defies Rome's ban on divorce to marry Ann Boleyn. Cardinal Wolsey the Powerful Lord Chancellor of England and accomplished politician attempts to bend the Catholic Church to the king's wishes.