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Onyx Theatre
953 E. Sahara Avenue Las Vegas, NV 89104
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5 reviews
7 stars
Not a lot of places to eat within walking distance
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The weather was Hot as balls. I wore Jeans and tank.
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"Hamlet, Prince of Denmark"
13 ratings
3.8 average rating
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Denis Murdock
12 events
7 reviews
0 stars
attended Aug 17 2007

I believe Katrina Larsen is one of the best actresses I have seen. She makes Shakespeare more understandable than many plays I have seen, and Hamlet is more than a character in a play. He is a heroic and tragic figure that comes alive through...

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6 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 18 2007

The performance was amazing. It was over 3 hours long but never a dull moment. I would love to see another play by this cast. However, the location of the theater was a little unexpected. The main entrance to the Onyx Theater is through an...continued

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Aug 18 2007

Sorry about the rude family in the back. I wish we could have removed them from the theater.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Intense and jarring…intriguing…Katrina Larsen as Hamlet is alive with hate…a woman more than man enough for the gig…” —Las Vegas City Life


William Shakespeare’s masterpiece is staged by the award-winning Insurgo Theater Movement. The Prince of Denmark returns from Wittenberg to find his father murdered, a usurper on the throne, and ghosts and players roaming the war-threatened land. Featuring Katrina Larsen as Hamlet. Directed by John Beane.

About the Ticket Supplier: Insurgo Theater Movement

Insurgo Theater Movement is a dedicated ensemble that presents the works of international, classic, and avant-garde authors as well as maintaining a rigorous exploration of their own independent theatrical form.