Teatr Zeromskiego, Kielce (PL)
- Tuesday, June 26, 2012, 20:00h
Direction: Radoslaw Rychcik
Adaptation: Piotr Szczerski
Stage design: Lukasz Blazejewski
With: Miroslaw Bielinski, Tomasz Nosinski, Dawid Zlobinski, Wojciech Niemczyk, Andrzej Plata, Joanna Kasperek, Karolina Porcari, Dagna Dywicka, Aneta Wirzinkiewicz, Maciej Pesta
Lenght: 2 hours
Price category: A
Radoslaw Rzchcik brought a very contemporary interpretation of Shakespeare's “Hamlet“ onto the stage of the Teart Zeromskiego in the large city of Kielce, southern Poland. The spectacular stage design with stuffed animals from Lukasz Blazejewski and his extravagant costumes create an atmosphere full of interesting contrasts. The production won the best Shakespeare production in Poland in 2011 and was presented at the Festiwal Szekspirowski in Gdansk. The emphasis of the suspenseful version is on the familiar inner conflict between Hamlet, the mother and the uncle after his father's death. The Shakespeare Festival in Globe Neuss is excited to present the remarkable, ironic production within the framework of „Klopsztanga.Polen_grenzenlos_NRW“ and in partnership with the Polish Institute Dusseldorf.
Introduction 45 minutes before the performance
German premiere in polish with english subtitles, Synopsis in german available
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