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Tug of War: Foreign Fire

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Production Image 01

King Edward III (Freddie Stevenson, at center) rallies the British troops to battle (from left to right: David Darlow, Larry Yando, James Newcomb, Dominique Worsley) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines, now through June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Edward, Prince of Wales (Dominique Worsley) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines, now through June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Production Image 03

French soldiers face defeat at the hands of Henry V’s British army (from left to right: Alex Weisman, Daniel Kyri, Barbara Robertson) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines, now through June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Henry V (John Tufts) commands his troops “once more unto the breach” in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines, now through June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Princess Katherine of France (Heidi Kettenring, at right) denies the romantic advances of the foreign King Henry V (John Tufts) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines, now through June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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The company in a rousing rendition of “Once I Was a Soldier” written by Tim Buckley and Larry Beckett in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines, now through June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Production Image 07

The commanders of the French forces—the Duke of Orleance (Freddie Stevenson), the Dauphin (Steve Sutcliffe) and Lord Rambures (Dominique Worsley)—face the British onslaught in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines, now through June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Production Image 08

Henry VI (Steven Sutcliffe, kneeling) is crowned king of England and France by the Bishop of Winchester (David Darlow) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines, now through June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Margaret of Anjou (Karen Aldridge) is betrothed to King Henry VI in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines, now through June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Pre-Production Image 01

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Freddie Stevenson in Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines and performed at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, May 12 – June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Jeff Sciortino.

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Pre-Production Image 02

Karen Aldridge in Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines and performed at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, May 12 – June 12, 2016 as part of Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Photo by Jeff Sciortino.

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Heidi Kettenring and Freddie Stevenson in Tug of War: Foreign Fire, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines and performed at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, May 12 – June 12, 2016 as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Jeff Sciortino.

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The company of the Tug of War saga, adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines and performed at Chicago Shakespeare Theater as part of Shakespeare 400 Chicago. Photo by Vito Palmisano.

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