In Brite Theater's new production, Emily Carding plays Hamlet and you, the audience, are the players arriving at Elsinore. More…
Hamlet needs your help to take on the roles of his friends and family and resolve the great questions of life. Journey through the play together and become immersed in the story like never before. Hamlet has the questions. Do you have the answers?
Part of Soho Playhouse's 2018 Fringe Encore Series.
See it if You’re a fan of Shakespeare, especially Hamlet, this was a fun way to be involved in the show and experience it up close and personal.
Don't see it if You’re not a fan of Shakespeare.
See it if you'd like to see a sleek, stripped-down hour-long version of Shakespeare's longest play, & maybe even take on a role for yourself.
Don't see it if you are a purist when it comes to the Bard or have a total aversion to audience participation.
See it if you want a different Hamlet "experience" that you are involved in as a condensed version includes the audience on a small bare stage.
Don't see it if you do not like participatory theater, are not familiar with the Shakespearean play or you cannot use your imagination to follow the action.
See it if You enjoy immersive staging in an intimate space. You have some familiarity w/Hamlet. You like non-traditional adaptations of Shakespeare.
Don't see it if You're uncomfortable w/being in the middle of the action. You detest audience participation. You prefer Hamlet as written or seen as a whole
See it if You want a pared down Hamlet and you want to see your fellow theater goers as actors. Everyone went for it and seemed to have fun.
Don't see it if You want to see something new in your Hamlet. While a good paired down version I'd have been confused if I didn't already know the play.
See it if You enjoy theatre that is as much immersive community experience than it is a traditional play. You enjoy committing as an audience member.
Don't see it if You cannot bring yourself to be earnestly invested in a group situation that requires a level of participation from the audience.
See it if You want to be a part of Shakespeare and love immersive theatre. You want to see a version of hamlet like never before. Loved the actress
Don't see it if You prefer traditional theatre or Shakespeare.
See it if You love Hamlet and are interested in a different angle on it. Enjoy interactive one woman shows. Like experimental theater
Don't see it if You are unfamiliar Hamlet, uncomfortable on stage, or are not interested by Hamlet.
See it if You enjoy stupid party games, You prefer your Hamlet cut to 60 mins. You hope to be roped into being a supporting actor with a few lines.
Don't see it if It isn’t that a woman can’t play HAMLET... it’s that THIS woman can’t. She who prefers to remain nameless, no programs, no curtain call,
See it if You enjoy new looks at old works. And if you understand Shakespeare. And like participating.
Don't see it if You know nothing of the true “Hamlet.”
See it if You love Hamlet and are not a purist. This was kind of a “ Hamlet’s greatest hits” with some audience participation. Fun and well done.
Don't see it if You are offended by abridged Shakespeare. You don’t like Hamlet.
See it if you want to see Hamlet posed in a new way and like small, intimate performances.
Don't see it if you don't like audience participation, lo-fi theatre, or don't like abridged versions of classic texts.
See it if You’re looking for some human connection unlike any other. Emily Carding stares into your eyes and becomes Hamlet. It’s wild.
Don't see it if I know you want to hide and avoid audience participation but this is audience participation with the kindest touch. Put yourself out there.
See it if The actor has truncated the sweeping scope of Hamlet and distilled it to 1 hour. Audience members take the parts of other characters. Fun.
Don't see it if Like traditional Shakespearean tragedy done in predictable ways.
See it if you want a different take on Hamlet; if you've ever wanted to be in Hamlet; if you like very stripped down versions of plays with 1 actor
Don't see it if you want a more traditional Hamlet with a full cast; if you don't want to participate or read lines; you want a professional production
See it if You're and intense Shakespeare fan. You are familiar with Hamlet.
Don't see it if You don't want to "participate" in the play. Don't appreciate the Bard. Don't want to see a severely edited Hamlet.
See it if You enjoy immersive theater and audience participation and long monologues.
Don't see it if You do not already know the plot of Hamlet. This is a highly condensed version of Hamlet and not for people who enjoy traditional theater.
See it if You are adventurous, smart, truly love Shakespeare in your bones; if you are a bit of a star; if you love being intellectually stimulated.
Don't see it if You are looking for a prepackaged, “Broadway” experience; you don’t respect artistic process; you are drunk.
See it if You want to explore the character of Hamlet on a deep new level. Carding creates a safe space to engage in profound stuff if you choose.
Don't see it if if yr not open to raw experience or automatically think audience participation is embarrassing or hate the idea of a hot androgynous Dane