Theater Small Hall
Hamlet W. Shakespeare/Projecte Ingenu
Hamlet forms part of history. Not just literary history, but also social and universal history. Hamlet has become a myth in Western society and, as such, its numerous aspects talk to us about every single one of the enigmas surrounding human beings’ personality.
Morals and tradition are questioned while tackling injustice and conspiracies by those in power. A work that is infuriatingly relevant today.
This adaptation of the play by William Shakespeare provides us with the perfect context for looking at humanity’s main issues from throughout history and which are still applicable nowadays: love, betrayal, society versus intimacy, art, politics, jealousy, envy, family, the monarchy, gender roles, education, war, the afterlife, faith... We are all Hamlet during our teenage years, in our adult life, when we are older and when finally, we die.
Marc Chornet Artells i Raimon Molins
Rosa Serra, Xavier Torra, Neus Pàmies, Toni Guillemat, Cristina López i Jordi Ciurana
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