Founded in 2011 by producing artistic director Steven Sabel, the Archway Theatre Company is dedicated to creating high quality theatrical productions and presentations, while fostering artistic development and creative expression. A “premiere classical theatre company” (Broadway World, July 2017), Archway Theatre season productions also include contemporary classics and original works. The resident company is comprised of actors, directors, designers, technicians, and artists dedicated to creating and preserving an artistic space where performers, entertainers, and artists of various types and levels can practice their craft and share their talents. The award-winning theatre company has been recognized with honors in the areas of direction, design and performance. Their productions have been described by reviewers as “innovative,” “honest,” “compelling,” “cinematic,” and “superior.” Their site-specific concept productions have been declared as “totally immersive.”
Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2
William Holbrook (grandson to the famous Hal Holbrook) stars as Prince Hal in this incredible journey following the prince from his early days as a roguish reprobate, through his ascent to the throne of England, and on to the eventual King he will become as the famous Henry V. Holbrook is joined by John Eddings as Falstaff, who returns to the role of the jesting knight after acclaimed performances in Archway Theatre’s previous production of “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” and Archway artistic director, Steven Sabel, in the title role of Henry IV – all under the direction of award-winning director, Ron Milts. Uproarious tavern scenes, court intrigue, civil war, deathly battles, and the many aspects of relationships between fathers and sons play out in this historical drama.