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Hamlet

The question whether to revenge or not to revenge (his father’s death), how, when or if at all, becomes the question of “to be or not to be” – doubt and delays of action are the tools to contemplation and resolve.

The question whether to revenge or not to revenge (his father’s death), how, when or if at all, becomes the question of “to be or not to be” – doubt and delays of action are the tools to contemplation and resolve. In “Hamlet”, death provides an end to the protagonists’ lives but not to the question’s solution. It’s a play that is all “process” throughout, but its end is merely technical. Contemplation and observance become an end in themselves.

By: William Shakespeare.

Translated by Avraham Shlonski.

Adapted and directed by Rina Yerushalmi.

Set design: Moshe Sternfeld.

Costumes: Ofra Tzadik.

Lighting: Judy Kupferman.

Musical director: Shosh Reisman.

Cast (in alphabetical order): Pnina Bart, Noam Ben Azar, Hannan Ben Shabat, Dina Bley, Amnon Doyv, Rami Heuberger, Bahat Kalchi, Moshe Malka, Elisha Nurieli, Amichai Pardo, Yossi Pershiz, Shuli Rand (Hamlet), Shlomo Sadan.