Shakespeare and the Silver Screen: Chimes at Midnight
Continental Film Distributers, 1965, 119 minutes
Chimes at Midnight is a 1966 English language, Spanish–Swiss co-produced film directed by and starring Orson Welles. The film's plot centres on William Shakespeare's recurring character Sir John Falstaff and the father-son relationship he has with Prince Hal, who must choose between loyalty to Falstaff or to his father, King Henry IV.
Shakespeare and the Silver Screen Tribute Package includes tickets to the following:
- Henry V - Sunday April 3
- Kiss me Kate - Sunday April 10
- Richard III - Sunday April 17
- Chimes at Midnight - Sunday April 24