Michael Sheen delivers the St. Crispin’s Day speech in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s 1997 production of Henry V.  Directed by Ron Daniels, design by Ashley Martin-Davies, lighting by Peter Mumford.

Michael Sheen delivers the St. Crispin’s Day speech in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s 1997 production of Henry V. Directed by Ron Daniels, design by Ashley Martin-Davies, lighting by Peter Mumford.

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    Ron Daniels (1997) The opening and concluding scenes of this production were staged to resemble Cenotaph services as...
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