Hamlet by William Shakespeare, directed by Lisa L. Abbott

Center for Art & Theatre, Black Box Theatre

Sunday, April 6, 2014 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Placing Shakespeare’s most famous tragedy in the modern world of surveillance cameras and cell phones, Theatre & Performance will be combining film and live theatre to explore the Tragedy of the Danish Prince. Denmark is in a state of unrest; the King is dead and his brother has assumed the throne and married the Queen. Norway is on the verge of invasion and power and information are for sale to the highest bidder. And everywhere there are cameras, privacy is no longer guaranteed. Within this atmosphere of chaos and suspicion Prince Hamlet must decide whether or not to avenge his father’s death.

April 2 to April 9, Black Box Theatre in the Center for Art & Theatre. CURTAIN 7:30 p.m. with a 2:00 p.m. Sunday matinee

Call 912-478-5379 for ticket reservations

Theatre & Performance is made possible due to funding from Student Activities Fees.
$5 students and children, $10 general admission.



Contact Info

CAT Box Office
theatre@georgiasouthern.edu
(912) 478-5389

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