Caught in a carousel of memory, the head of a dysfunctional royal family grapples with power-hungry children and the threat of losing the empire he created. Real and imagined worlds coalesce, creating a political and personal horror that threatens to swallow the mind of the monarch. The incomparable Patrick Page (Hadestown, The Gilded Age) returns to STC as the once-revered king caught in an emotional hurricane ravaging his home, head, and heart.
All titles, artists, and dates subject to change.
This project is part of Shakespeare in American Communities, a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest
Stephen and Toni Allis
Jeff Bauman and Linda Fienberg
John and Meg Hauge
Dr. Mark Epstein and Amoretta Hoeber
Jacqueline B. Mars
Mark Tushnet and Elizabeth Alexander
Alan M. and Nathalie P. Voorhees Fund
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