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Hamlet   

 
Broadhurst Theatre , (10/06/2009 - 12/06/2009)
First Preview:Sep 12, 2009 Total Previews:25
Opening Date:Oct 06, 2009   
Closing Date:Dec 06, 2009 Total Performances:72

Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in five acts
Setting: In and around Elsinore Castle in Denmark


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Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Philip J. Smith: Chairman; Robert E. Wankel: President)
Produced by Arielle Tepper Madover, The Donmar Warehouse (Michael Grandage, Artistic Director), Matthew Byam Shaw, Scott M. Delman, Stephanie P. McClelland, Neal Street Productions/Carl Moellenberg, Ruth Hendel/Barbara Whitman and Philip Morgaman/Frankie J. Grande
Originally produced by The Donmar Warehouse (Michael Grandage, Artistic Director)
Written by William Shakespeare; Composer: Adam Cork
Directed by Michael Grandage; Associate Director: Sam Yates
Scenic Design by Christopher Oram; Costume Design by Christopher Oram; Lighting Design by Neil Austin; Sound Design by Adam Cork; Hair and Wig Design by Richard Mawby; Associate Scenic Design: Andrew D. Edwards; Associate Costume Design: Barry Doss; Associate Lighting Design: Pamela Kupper; Associate Sound Design: Chris Cronin
Donmar Executive Producer: James Bierman; General Manager: 101 Productions, Ltd.; Company Manager: Beverly Edwards
Production Stage Manager: Frank Lombardi; U.S. Technical Supervisor: Aurora Productions; U.K. Technical Supervisor: Patrick Molony; Stage Manager: Diane DiVita
Casting: Anne McNulty; General Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Director of Marketing: Eric Schnall; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Press Associate: Jim Byk
Cast
Ross Armstrong Cornelius
Harry Attwell Guildenstern
Courtier
Ron Cook Polonius
Lord Chamberlain
First Gravedigger
Ian Drysdale Osric
a Courtier
Peter Eyre Ghost
Player King
Jenny Funnell Player Queen
Michael Hadley Barnardo
Priest
Captain
Colin Haigh Member of the Court
Sean Jackson Reynaldo
Geraldine James Gertrude
Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet
Jude Law Hamlet
son to the late, and nephew to the present King
James Le Feuvre Member of the Court
Gwilym Lee Laertes
son to Polonius
John MacMillan Rosencrantz
Courtier
Gugu Mbatha-Raw Ophelia
daughter to Polonius
Kevin R. McNally Claudius
King of Denmark
Henry Pettigrew Marcellus
Officer
Player
Gravedigger
English Ambassador
Matt Ryan Horatio
friend to Hamlet
Alan Turkington Francisco
Officer
Fortinbras
Prince of Norway
Player
Faye Winter Member of the Court
Understudies: Ross Armstrong (Laertes, Osric, Rosencrantz), Ian Drysdale (Claudius, Polonius), Jenny Funnell (Gertrude), Colin Haigh (Barnardo, Ghost, Gravedigger), Sean Jackson (Captain, Marcellus, Priest), James Le Feuvre (Cornelius, English Ambassador, Francisco, Gravedigger, Guildenstern, Player, Reynaldo), John MacMillan (Horatio), Henry Pettigrew (Fortinbras), Matt Ryan (Hamlet), Alan Turkington (Player King) and Faye Winter (Ophelia, Player Queen)
Tony Award®
 2010 Best Actor in a Play [nominee]
Jude Law
 2010 Best Lighting Design of a Play [nominee]
Lighting Design by Neil Austin
Drama Desk Award
 2010 Outstanding Revival of a Play [nominee]
Produced by Arielle Tepper Madover, The Donmar Warehouse (Michael Grandage, Artistic Director), Matthew Byam Shaw, Scott M. Delman, Stephanie P. McClelland, Neal Street Productions/Carl Moellenberg, Ruth Hendel/Barbara Whitman and Philip Morgaman/Frankie J. Grande
 2010 Outstanding Actor in a Play [nominee]
Jude Law
 2010 Outstanding Lighting Design [nominee]
Neil Austin
 2010 Outstanding Director of a Play [nominee]
Directed by Michael Grandage