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Hamlet tickets at Stage Theatre - CO,Denver,CO on 1/24 7:30PM
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The Acting Company tickets at EKU Center For The Arts,Richmond,KY on 3/19 7:30PM
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Hamlet tickets at Loeb Playhouse,West Lafayette,IN on 3/29 8:00PM
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Hamlet tickets at Ball State University Pruis Hall,Muncie,IN on 3/31 7:30PM
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Hamlet tickets at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre,Atlanta,GA on 4/11 8:00PM
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Hamlet initially surfaced back in 16th century as a tragic play by the greatest poet and playwright in English language, William Shakespeare. Hamlet is regarded as the longest play ever written by Shakespeare, apart from being a powerful and influential tragedy ever written in English language. Hamlet is considered as one of the most notable and renowned writings by Shakespeare, and is also one of the most-performed stories of all times. Hamlet is written so well that it allows other directors and movie makers to retell and adapt the story repeatedly with different viewpoints, which is why Hamlet has been widely adapted in all the parts of the world and has been translated into many different languages as well. It has been adopted as movies and theatrical plays, a number of times, for well over 400 years since it has been written. Since it was written, the characters of the play has been portrayed by renowned actors of all the generations, and the most interesting part is that it is not over yet.
The play tragically expresses the story of the Denmark's Prince Hamlet, who has lost his father, as his uncle, Claudius, in order to get to the throne, murders Hamlet's father and then later marries Prince's mother. The play explores the depths of social issues like moral corruption, revenge, devastating grief and depression, treason, rage and incest. Provided the immense depth of the plot of the play, Hamlet has been perceived differently by various critics and scholars. Some regard Hamlet's vacillation when killing his uncle as, his ethics and philosophy coming in the way, while others just cite the cause to be due to his disenchanted desire and revenge.
Being one of the most quoted works in the history of English Literature, the theatrical performances of this play date all the way back to Shakespeare's era. Hamlet is considered as one of the best pieces of art and is one of the greatest literatures. Hamlet has also been an inspiration for the writers of the later era.
Although the time or the date when the play was performed for the first time is unknown, but the earliest performance of the play that is accounted for dates all the way back to September 1607. Later on, following the death of Shakespeare, the play embarked on to its very first tour, which was to Germany. Although all the plays were shut down by Puritan Government, but the play was once again restored during 18th Century and became the first ever play to feature painted scenery on the flats in the background.
From thereon, play became widely adapted and appreciated theatrical act, and its popularity crossed borders, as amidst 19th century, the original British cast featuring actors like Junius Brutus Booth, William Charles Macready, Charles Kemble, and George Frederick, went over for a successful and best known tour to America.
Apart from theatrical plays, Shakespeare's Hamlet was adapted as a musical and movie, numerous times as well. The earliest of all film adaptations of the play came out in 1900, as the play was adapted as French movie that was directed by Clement Maurice. The most recent movie adaptation of the play came out in 2000, as an American motion picture was based on the play and was directed by Michael Almereyda.
The most recent adaptation of the play surfaced in 2009, as the play opened at the Donmar Warehouse. The lead role of Hamlet was played by Jude Law, while the rest of the cast members include Gwilym Lee, Kevin R. McNally, Ron Cook, Penelope Wilton and Matt Ryan. The play concluded its performance run on August 22, 2009 after it officially started its performance run on June 3, 2009. After a brief performance run at Elsinore Castle, the play with the same British cast moved to Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre and kicked off its previews on September 12, 2009; however the play officially opened on October 6, 2009. The play is schedule to run for 12 weeks on Broadway to reprise the enchanting experience that is The Hamlet. Whether you've seen the play before, or whether you're a first timer, Hamlet is a must see for all the theatre goers and literature lovers; and the presence of notable cast members just add up to the experience. Reserve your seats today by buy your Hamlet Tickets today, as the stock is expected to run out soon!
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