Sunday, March 11, 2007

Hebrew 'Hamlet' Gives the Bard A Few Turns

By Peter Marks Washington Post
In Omri Nitzan's Hebrew-language "Hamlet," the chair's the thing.

The one you're sitting on, that is. It and 169 others have been imported from Israel and installed for the occasion in the center of Signature Theatre's big new black-box space. They swivel 360 degrees -- a feature absolutely essential to appreciating the fleet and lively "Hamlet" that the Tel Aviv-based Cameri Theatre has brought to Washington for the week. [more]

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