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Hamlet - 2013 - Off-Broadway

Set in Denmark, HAMLET dramatizes the revenge Prince Hamlet exacts on his uncle for murdering his father, marrying his mother, and succeeding to the throne. The play vividly portrays both true and feigned madness as it explores themes of treachery, revenge, incest, and moral corruption.


Access Theatre

(New York City, NY)
380 Broadway
New York City, NY


by Kelsey Denette - January 14, 2013
Bedlam follows up it's critically acclaimed revival of Shaw's Saint Joan (named 2012's Best Revival of A Play by The Wall Street Journal and called 'a production to be treasured' by The New York Times) with HAMLET. In this bold, environmental staging directed by Eric Tucker, Shakespeare's classic drama is performed by an ensemble of only four actors. Previews for this limited run Off-Broadway engagement begin February 8th at Access Theatre with opening night set for Sunday, February 17th.