5 edition of Henry VIII. found in the catalog.
International Theatre, November 21-23, December 1, 1946.The playbill for the International Theatre--Cover.Title devised by Library staff.Cast: Philip Bourneuf, Richard Waring, Raymond Greenleaf, Robert Rawlings, Walter Hampden, Eli Wallach, Emery Battis, William Windom, Victor Jory, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Eva Le Gallienne, Angus Cairns, Ernest Truex, John Becher, Arthur Keegan, June Duprez, Eugene Stuckmann, Donald Keyes, John Straub, Margaret Webster, Ruth Neal, Theodore Tenley, Marion Evensen, Mary Alice Moore, Cavada Humphrey, Ann Jackson, Don Allen, John Behney, Michel Corham, Tom Grace, Bart Henderson, Frederic Hunter, Robert Leser, Mark McCardle, Gerald McCormack, Walter Neal, James Rafferty, Ed Woodhead.LC copy shelved under: Henry VIII.With: What every woman knows / J.M. Barrie -- John Gabriel Borkman / Henrik Ibsen.In: Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress).
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International Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, Inc. Cheryl Crawford, managing director presents Henry VIII, by William Shakespeare, staged by Margaret Webster, scenery and costumes designed by David Ffolkes, music by Lehman Engel, dances arranged by Felicia Sorel. File Size: 6MB.
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Henry finally went to France in June 1544 with a two-pronged attack. But I can find very little information on it. June 11 — Marriage of Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon• Henry was definitely a keen athlete but he went through the series of injuries that horsemen, hunting, tennis players, the joust, etc go through.
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Politically motivated executions would remain one of Henry's primary tactics for dealing with those who stood in his way.
Sarah Bryson is the author of Mary Boleyn: In a Nutshell.