Tickets: $30, Child/Student $12, Under-18 FREE*
Visit performingarts.nd.edu or call the DeBartolo Box Office at (574) 631-2800 to purchase tickets.
Group ticket rates are also available. Please contact Audience Development Manager Aaron Nichols to learn more.
* Free Under-18 tickets are limited to five (5) with each full-price adult ticket purchase.
Henry IV features one of Shakespeare’s greatest creations: brilliant wordsmith and decadent party-boy, Sir John Falstaff. Balanced against a monarch, a warrior, and a princely heir, Falstaff’s wit and pathos loom large. In this conflation drawn from both parts of Henry IV, two father-figures wrangle for the love of a son whose destiny will rattle the rafters of the world.
At the height of the Civil War, Notre Dame produced Henry IV as its first-ever Shakespeare play. Exactly 150 years later, we celebrate the Festival’s 15th anniversary with the same story of rebellious youth and rebels to the state: Join us as we raise our swords (and glasses) high!
Originally published at shakespeare.nd.edu.