July 2-5 & 10-12
A ghostly figure haunts the battlements, high above the Danish castle of Elsinore. Within, young Prince Hamlet agonizes over the recent death of his father and his mother’s hasty remarriage — to his uncle, now King. Upon learning the truth of his father’s untimely demise, Hamlet begins plotting his revenge. Widely considered the greatest tragedy in the English language, Hamlet is at once contemplative and thrilling — heartbreaking and hilarious.