Shakespeare and Genuine Emotion in Hamlet

What is it about Shakespeare's Hamlet--the play and its title character--that has held the attention and fired the imagination of audiences and readers for so long? Drawing on assorted excerpts of performance, this talk looks at Hamlet as Shakespeare's repository of human emotions--a play we turn to for a map of all that is to be human, from the hopeful to the hopeless to the profound to the terrifying. Part of the Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre's Shakespeare In The World Lecture Series.

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WHEN
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Recurring: ONCE

TIME & PRICE
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM FREE

WHERE
1901 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA
One time only on 05/21/2014. .

FOR MORE INFO
Free LIbrary of Philadelphia

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