[Katharine is portrayed by Sophie Scanlon and Henry by Diana Coates.]
There is a walk from the parking area to the stage.
"If necessary, we can let people drive down and drop someone off and then go back out and park their car," David Rice said. "There are numerous ways to accommodate people who need assistance. We try to make it as easy as possible."
In addition to Coates, the show stars Lydia Berger Gray in the dual role of Chorus and Alice; Sophie Scanlon (Katherine and the Dauphin of France), Robert McLean (Duke of Exeter and Mistress Quickly), Arielle Leverett (Mountjoy), Derek Jeck (Bardolph), Morgan Manasa (Fluellen), Mark Lancaster (Bishop of Canterbury and Gower) and Sean Sinitski (Pistol and King of France). The ensemble includes Todd Douglas, Esther Fishbein, Madison Merkel, Shane Richlen and Austyn Williamson.
First Folio's indoor venue in historic Mayslake Hall will launch its offerings in September, with subscriptions available now.
If you go
WHAT: First Folio Theatre will stage Shakespeare's "Henry V"
WHEN: It previews July 10 to 12, opens July 13 and runs through Aug. 18
WHERE: Outdoor stage at Mayslake Peabody Estate, 1717 31st St., off Route 83, Oak Brook
COST: Preview tickets cost $25, then $34 for Wednesday and Thursday and $44 for Friday through Sunday, with $5 discount for seniors and students, and $10 tickets for youth age 14 and younger; parking is free
INFO: 630-986-8067, www.firstfolio.org