The King of Denmark is dead. His widow Queen Gertrude has quickly married his brother Claudius, usurping her son’s right to the throne.
Hamlet. The immortal tale of a vengeful prince, possibly driven to madness by the world around him. Starring Matthew Newton, this New York production is a bold new interpretation of William Shakespeare's most famous play and literature's most infamous character.
Treasure House Theater’s presentation of Hamlet features, in alphabetical order, Collin Biddle as Claudius, Allyson Boate as Ophelia, Victor Carinha as Guildenstern, Michael Knowles as Rosencrantz, Kyle Leibovitch as Horatio, Matthew Newton as Hamlet, Blake Prentiss as Laertes, Tom Sanchez as First Player, Anna Savant as Gertrude, and Henry Wright as Polonius.
Have you read Hamlet yet? Here is the entire play of The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark http://t.co/t5q0QesMp5
"Though this be madness, yet there is method in it." - Hamlet
Shakespeare’s son Hamnet died, aged eleven, in 1596. This was four years before Shakespeare came to write Hamlet. http://t.co/TV16QK47wW
HAMLET TRIVIA: Why doesn't Hamlet kill Claudius now?