Everybody knows that Henry IV is the Shakespearean king who comes in two parts, both of which are best known for containing the miracle ingredient Falstaff. This fall, however, New York is going to be one of the rare cities where the bipartite monarch will appear not only in two plays but in two venues, in versions likely to be as different from each other as—well, as Windsor Castle is from a tavern in Eastcheap. Up at Lincoln Center Theater, the... More >>>