Derbhle Crotty as Bolingbroke/Henry IV/Montjoy Aisling O’Sullivan as Prince Hal/Henry V Clare Barrett as Bardolph/Gardener/Keeper Karen McCartney as Scroop/Prince John/Boy/Bates/Salisbury Charlotte McCurry as Blunt/Peto/Clarence/Nym/Monsieur le Fer Marie Mullen as Northumberland/Lord Chief Justice/Silence/Exeter
DruidShakespeare (Richard II, 1 & 2 Henry IV, and Henry V), adapted by Mark O’Rowe and directed by Garry Hynes (2015)
Druid, Galway, Ireland and the Lincoln Center Festival, NYC
Photos by Matthew Thompson
Top picture: Aisling O’Sullivan as Henry V Second picture, from left: Charlotte McCurry as Peto, Clare Barrett as Bardolph, Falstaff, Aisling O’Sullivan as Prince Hal Third picture: Marie Mullen as Northumberland Bottom picture, from left: Derbhle Crotty as Henry IV, Aisling O’Sullivan as Prince Hal
Almost every character was pretty much whumped and
emotionally or/and physically injured in this show which is great for us :) Here are some
recommendations of male-whump characters that I could find but I didn’t watch the
show from its start so obviously there is much more to dig up I’m sure :) Hope you’ll enjoy it @like-me-a-little-whump
Character: KIM HYDE played by Chris Hemsworth –
Character: DEXTER WALKER played by Charles
Cottier – FORMER CHARACTER
Episodes span from 5582 w/ the accident to around
episode 5604 when he comes home: Whump tags: car accident, hospital, head injury, coma, intubation,
hurt/comfort, temporary brain damage, recovery, family.
Episode 6308: Josh is knocked out and sustains a head injury
(a lot of emotions in this storyline!) Whump tag: head injury, hospital, coma, intubation, unresponsive, recovery,
blindness, angst Link: Only clip I could find: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEDqhiDLhv0
Character: ANDY BARRETT played Tai Hara –
This Friday, Blair Witch, a reboot of the iconic horror film The Blair Witch Project, hits theaters. Helmed by Sundance alums and director/screenwriter duo Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett (V/H/S, V/H/S-2, The Guest), production on the new Blair Witch was kept a surprise under the working title The Woods until its trailer debut at San Diego Comic Con.
The original Blair Witch Project premiered at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival, where it was purchased by Artisan Entertainment after an all-night bidding war following its premiere. It was produced on a budget of $60,000 and grossed over $248,000,000 at the box office, making it one of the most successful independent releases of all time. The Blair Witch Project was a trailblazer in many ways: it popularized the ‘found footage’ style of horror movies and used internet advertising in innovative and immersive ways.