Hamlet, Staged as Shakespeare Would Have Presented It
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The last date listed for Hamlet was Sunday July 14, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Richard III is Shakespeare's masterpiece about a ruthlessly ambitious man who seeks the crown at any cost. One of literature's most memorable villains, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, uses charm, cunning and wit to move up the political ladder -- without hesitating to murder those who stand in his way. The history is centuries old, while the situation is startlingly modern. Is there nothing in politics but simply the pursuit of power? This production launches the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory's 2014 season. Learn More
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Featured review from William T. Masonis
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Thoroughly enjoyed the evening and the venue. Presented in absolutely Spartan style, sans props (the absence of which went totally unnoticed in the presence of the fine acting), and featuring interim entertainment, concessions and audience engagement much as no doubt occurred when originally put on at the Globe itself. I'd go back to watch these folks anytime; in fact I'm hoping to attend their upcoming Midsummer Night's Dream performance at Johns Hopkins. All parts well played, especially those of Hamlet and Ophelia. Bravo!