Production History Overview
King John is one of Shakespeare's few plays that doesn't appear onstage that often. It must be said however that through the last four hundred years since it's authoring, King John has had its moments on stage. It was most frequently produced during the antiquarian theatre movement during the second third of the 1800s. It is not nearly unheard of to see it performed during various national and international Shakespeare Festivals and occasionally makes it rounds in larger regional theatre settings. It was produced in February 2000 in New York and chances are that somewhere in the world if you are dying to see a production you will be able to find one.
Follow these links to a more detailed production history of King John:
19th Century Production History
20th Century Production History