Civil war still smolders around Henry IV's new kingdom. However, the heir to his father's throne, Prince Hal, ignores the gathering storm clouds and parties on with his debauched friends, including the hilarious rogue, Sir John Falstaff. Ultimately, the prince must choose between the revelry of his bar buddies and the heroism of a soldier and king—because his coming of age will shape the future of a nation.
Shakespearean plays may contain a small amount of the Bard's usual innuendo and double entendres, as well as very mild violence. This play is appropriate for almost all audiences.