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Published on Nov 26, 2008
By William Shakespeare Directed by Murray McGibbon
Arguably the greatest play written in the English language, Shakespeares masterpiece returns to the Indiana stage for the first time in more than fifty years. The plays exquisite language and excruciating violence collide to create one of theatres truly timeless tragedies. Prodded by the ghost of his slain father, the Prince of Denmark seeks justice against his usurping uncle and malevolent mother, all the while falling into an ever deepening exploration of his own troubled psyche. Both pensive and penetrating, Hamlet probes the struggle for power and the dynamics of family, its lyrical beauty demonstrating why its author stands as one of the supreme poets of the stage.