Theatre

Hamlet

Presented by St. Ann’s Warehouse, in association with Kate Pakenham Productions

Details

Tickets start at $35
Date(s)

Feb 1, 2020 – Mar 8, 2020

Contact

STANNSWAREHOUSE.ORG/HAMLET | 718 254 8779 | 866 811 4111


Location

ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE
Brooklyn Bridge Park 45 Water St
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Overview

Gate Theatre Dublin
HAMLET

Directed by Yaël Farber
Featuring
Ruth Negga

AMERICAN PREMIERE



Academy Award nominee® Ruth Negga makes her “mesmerizing” New York theatrical debut with a passionate, critically acclaimed portrayal, featuring an ensemble of leading Irish actors. Under Yaël Farber’s direction, focus shifts from anguish and identity to the power of resistance.



★★★★
“Negga is an inspired choice as Hamlet—playful, vulnerable, resilient, radiant.”—The Stage

★★★★
The Telegraph

★★★★
Financial Times

★★★★
Irish Daily Mail



Production support provided by J.L. Greene Arts Access Fund in The New York Community Trust, The Nancy Malone Trust, National Endowment for the Arts, Culture Ireland, Chris & Liz Hogbin, Marcia Whitaker, Kathleen J. Yoh, V. Hansmann, Stella Strazdas & Hank Forrest.


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