A ONE-MAN SHOW
Written by William Shakespeare
Adapted and performed by Dean Linnard
Directed by Dean Linnard and Amanda Ditmore
“Hamlet: A One-Man Show” is an inventive reimagining of Shakespeare’s masterpiece in which one performer navigates the labyrinth of the Bard’s most intricate creation. This is tragedy as performed by a clown.
14 characters. 15,000 words. 1 actor. Hamlet.
The piece received its world premiere in California in December 2011 as a benefit for Young Actors Workshop. It had its New York premiere in July 2012 as part of Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s New Works series. Is has subsequently been performed at the Chain Theatre in Long Island City (in collaboration with the TRUF theater company) and the Central Works Theater in California.
Hamlet: A One-man Show” is very easy to produce, with minimal technical requirements and flexible audience seating arrangements. If you are interested in booking the show for a benefit, event, or as part of a theater season, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.