by William Shakespeare
May 13-29, 2022
The performance on May 29th will be online only.
Re-imagined and adapted by Dakota Lee Bryant.
Young Hamlet returns home from university to discover the world-shattering news that not only is her father newly dead, but her mother has married Claudius, Hamlet's Uncle - making Claudius King. The resultant instability has also led to threats of invasion by a soldier from a neighboring state. Late one night, the ghost of Hamlet's father appears to her, accusing Claudius of his murder and urging Hamlet to revenge, a goal in which she is only too happy to partake, setting into motion a train of events that destroys the royal family and nation of Denmark.
Content Advisory: This production contains mature language and themes such as murder, death, sexuality, talk of suicide, gaslighting, and the loss of a parent, child, or sibling. The sound of a gunshot will be heard
Production and Rehearsal Photos