Hamlet

Cast & Crew

Cast

1st Gravedigger
1st Player
1st Sailor
2nd Gravedigger
2nd Sailor
Barnardo
Claudius/Ghost
Cornelius
English Ambassador
Francisco/Reynaldo/Captain/Priest
Gentleman
Gentleman
Gertrude
Guildenstern
Hamlet
Horatio
Lady in Waiting
Laertes
Lord
Marcellus
Ophelia
Osric
Player King
Player Lucianus
Player Queen
Polonius
Rosencrantz
Voltemand

Crew

ASM
Assistant Director
Assistant Wardrobe
Company and Stage Manager
Costume Consultant
Costume Maker
Costume Maker
Costume Maker
Designer
Director
DSM
Electronic Score
Fight Director
Lighting Designer
Musical Director
Producer
Production Carpenter
Production Electrician
Production Electrician
Rigger
Sound Designer
Sound Engineer
Tailor
Wardrobe
Wig Mistress
Wigs

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Observations

  1. On 27th April 2014 at 7:44 p.m., pauljmey noted:

    When I saw this production in the West End, there was a fairly amusing ad-lib (presumably Stephen Dillane, I can’t remember if he made the performance that night). In the scene where the duel is proposed with swords and daggers, Hamlet made the Monty-Pythonesque quip “that would be two weapons”, the audience betrayed no reaction. Then Hamlet, chastened, apologized to the audience with: “Sorry.” .

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