Henry IV, A Tragedy in Three Acts

Luigi PIRANDELLO (1867 - 1936), translated by Edward STORER (1880 - 1944)

A talented actor and historian falls off his horse in a historical pageant while playing the role of Henry IV. When he comes to, he believes himself to be Henry. For the next twenty years his nephew, Count de Nolli, funds an elaborate hoax in a remote villa, where actors play the roles of Henry's privy councillors and simulate the 11th century court.

On request from his dying mother, de Nolli brings a Doctor referred to as the latest in a succession to try to cure Henry (whose real name, if it is not Henry, is never mentioned). All the action of the play occurs in this one day of the visit. - Summary by Wikipedia

Narrator: KHand
Henry IV: Peter Tucker
The Marchioness Matilda Spina: P. J. Morgan
Frida: Amanda Friday
The young Marquis Charles Di Nolli: Vin Reilly
Baron Tito Belcredi: Delmar H Dolbier
Dr. Dionysius Genoni: ToddHW
Harold (Frank): Will Irace
Landolph (Lolo): Levi Throckmorton
Ordulph (Momo): Adele de Pignerolles
Berthold (Fino): Mary J
John: Mark Chulsky
First Valet: Alex Lane
Second valet: Andrew Coleman

Proof-listened by Jeanie & Roohi

Genre(s): Drama

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Act I Group 00:54:52
Play 02 Act II Group 00:45:58
Play 03 Act III Group 00:21:52