London's Globe Theatre will conclude its ambitious and innovative Cinema Series this Thursday night with the rarely-seen Henry VIII, which has not been staged on Broadway in more than half a century. The four plays in the series, which also included the The Merry Wives of Windsor, Henry IV Part 1 and Henry IV Part 2, were filmed live in 2010 at the Globe. Reviewing this production of Henry VIII, which stars Dominic Rowan, the Sunday Telegraph wrote, "If the Globe had a roof, this production would surely have blown it off... Shakespeare has seldom been performed with more verve."

The screenings, which will take place nationwide, include a special 20-minute behind-the-scenes feature, with a historical perspective on the Globe, the reconstruction process, and the work of the Globe today. In NYC, it'll screen at 6:30 p.m. at Union Square Stadium 14, Chelsea Cinema, and First and 62nd Cinemas. You can purchase tickets here.

Fun fact: Henry VIII (the one with all the wives) was the production playing when the original Globe Theatre was destroyed by fire in 1613. During that performance, a cannon used for special effects misfired and ignited the structure. But you won't have to worry about that watching the play from the secure confines of your local multiplex. Below, the trailer: