by William Shakespeare
directed by Michael Kahn

Starring Robert Cuccioli as Claudius and Jeffrey Carlson as Hamlet

6/5/2007 - 7/29/2007

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Jeffrey Carlson as Hamlet and Robert Cuccioli as Claudius in the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of Hamlet, directed by Michael Kahn.

Photo by ©Carol Rosegg.

 

 

Jeffrey Carlson as Hamlet, Robert Cuccioli as Claudius and Janet Zarish as Gertrude in the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of Hamlet, directed by Michael Kahn.

Photo by ©Carol Rosegg.

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Press Release                         Two For The Show

Artistic Team & Cast                    Director's Comments-1st Rehearsal

The Lansburgh Theatre

450 7th Street NW
Washington, DC  20004-2207

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One of the greatest plays ever written, Hamlet has captivated audiences for 400 years with its explorations of life, love, duty and vengeance. Commanded by his murdered father’s ghost to seek revenge, Hamlet struggles with the human and spiritual costs of pursuing justice. Featuring some of the most beautiful language ever written, Hamlet marks a turning point in Shakespeare’s career toward more complex depictions of good and evil, of heroes and villains. Director Michael Kahn reunites with actor Jeffrey Carlson for the first time since Lorenzaccio, a production The Washington Post called, “Impressive! Kahn’s smart new staging surrounds Carlson, indisputably the evening’s star.” This production is part of the Shakespeare in Washington

Website:    http://www.shakespearedc.org/

 

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