HamletPublic Shows: November 10 & 11 at 7:00pm, November 12th at 2:00pm

November 9th at 10am: Special school day performance for students in grades 6-12.
For more information, please contact Bethany Miller at bethany.miller@eastern.edu.

All performances will take place in McInnis Auditorium. 

Part murder mystery, ghost story, and growing up tale, William Shakespeare's Hamlet has thrilled audience members for hundreds of years.  Set in contemporary Denmark, this immersive, physical performance will give audience members a new appreciation for Shakespeare's classic work.  

Shortly after his mother's speedy remarriage, Prince Hamlet of Denmark has a disturbing conversation with a spirit claiming to be the ghost of his father.  The ghost states that he was murdered by his brother, Claudius, who then swiftly married Hamlet's mother and took the throne.  Prince Hamlet sets off on a quest to find the truth and restore justice.  But will young Hamlet be able to avoid being murdered by his father's betrayers, or becoming eternally marred by choosing vengeance over justice?

It is a 2-hour estimated run time, including a 15 minute intermission.  

Please email director, Anna Rebmann (anna.rebmann@eastern.edu) with any questions or concerns.