Monday, October 10, 2011

"Henry V"

The Baron's Men perform at The Curtain Theater.  You will have to get directions from the link, because there's no way I can tell you how to get there.  It's off 2222 on the shores of Lake Austin.  This shot is from "Henry V," in production there now.  There are only two more weekends, so you have to hurry, but don't miss it.

Mostly because it's such fun to be seeing Shakespeare on a Shakespearean Era stage.  The show rocked, and, as you can see, the costumes were well to my liking.  The doublets were excellent, and the hose.  The King of France had clocked hose!  All the costumes were beautiful, down to the hand-made shoes worn by most characters.  The place has good acoustics and the performance was very accessible--something that can't be said for all such productions.  I loved the show, and the space and the costumes. 

Go.  Have fun.  You'll like it.


  1. Thank you for your very kind comments and support of our show! In addition to our website which you've linked above, one can go to the following link and purchase tickets/leave a review:

    And one small correction: our run continues for two more weekends. The show runs Fri & Sat nights through Oct. 22. Thanks!

  2. Thanks for the link and the update on performances, Brian. Your show is excellent!