ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD
BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
FEBRUARY 8 - APRIL 8
From the Oscar winner who gave us Shakespeare in Love, this wickedly funny companion piece to Hamlet turns Shakespeare inside out and shows the Dane's story from the point of view of Hamlet's school chums. Tom Stoppard serves up a feast of wordplay, wit, and slapstick while exploring the timeless questions about identity, illusion, and toe-nail growing. An instant classic, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead won the 1968 Tony Award for Best Play, appeared on stages all over the world, and became a major motion picture.
Pay-What-You-Will Performances February 8 and 9
TalkBacks after Thursday performances
Pre-show Lectures February 15 and March 22