Ring of fire: A "muse of fire" ignites Shakespeare's royal tale of England's celebrated King in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's production of "Henry V," through Aug. 2, Main Stage, Labuda Center for the Performing Arts, DeSales University, Center Valley. Marnie Schulenburg, above, plays Katherine, the French princess. Zack Robidas plays the young King Henry. Greg Wood, a PSF veteran of 20 seasons, is the narrator of the play.
Destination comedy: Christopher Patrick Mullen, above, performs 16 different characters, including a British Consul, judge, ship clerk and colonel in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (PSF) production of "Around The World In 80 Days," through July 12, Schubert Theatre, Labuda Center for the Performing Arts, DeSales University, Center Valley. The adaptation of Jules Verne's classic novel by playwright Mark Brown has traveled around the world, too, from off-Broadway to PSF where it's directed by Russell Treyz, who directed PSF's first production of the play 10 years ago.
"Les Miz" final week: Rachel Potter (Eponine), above left, and Brad Greer (Marius), above right, in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (PSF) production of "Les Misérables," through June 28, Main Stage, Labuda Center for the Performing Arts, DeSales University, Center Valley. The production features a cast of 37 that collectively represent the most Broadway credits, most recording artists, and most national tours of any cast ever on stage in PSF's 24-season history. "We expected 'Les Miz' to sell out," says Casey Gallagher, PSF managing director.