Murder, madness, and ghostly visitations stalk Denmark in Shakespeare’s best known tragedy
Hamlet (Nate Currier) wrestles with the competing ideals of his philosophy and his filial obligation, when he is charged by his father’s ghost to avenge his murder most foul.
Some of the greatest writing in the English language is paired with a contemporary setting in this production directed by Robert Currier.
Shakespeare’s dissection of revenge, grief, and relationships remains as relevant today as it was four hundred years ago.
All tickets are general admission.
General – $38
Senior (65 and over) – $35
25 & Under – $12
Tickets can be purchased in advance online (Tickets button above) or at the theatre the night of the show.
Patrons between the ages of 26 and 34 can pay their age at the door with a valid ID; pay your age prices are not available in advance.
* Half-price tickets for seniors at Senior Matinee on June 3.
* 18 and under get in free to the Family Day Matinee on June 10; family activities begin at 3pm.
Additional time info:
Pre-show conversations begin at 7:15 pm on Friday nights.
Evening shows (Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun) at 8:00 pm / Matinees (Sun) at 4:00 pm
See full calendar for specific dates/times