The political scene in England in the early 15th century is tense. King Henry IV has died, and his son, the young King Henry V, has assumed the throne. In order to gain the respect of the his people and the court, Henry must live down his wild adolescent past.
In keeping with their penchant for transposing Shakespearean plays into different era, the Drama Club has grafted the “Henry V” story into the 1960s with the swagger and style of “Mad Men” and the New York advertising world.
The play runs weekends through Oct. 12. Admission is free; a donation of $5 is suggested. Tables are available for rental.
Information: (678) 561-BARD (2273), www.northfultondramaclub.org