Something is ROTTING in the state of Denmark.
This Hallowe’en season, things in Elsinore are getting bloodier, stranger, and spookier than ever before. In the wake of his father’s bizarre death, Hamlet and his Danish friends are confronted with a new evil bent on destroying the kingdom. With the help of some Marlovian professionals, Hamlet and his fellow tragedians must get their doublets dirty in order to restore the kingdom and defeat this unholy plague.
Irreverent, intelligent, and very very cheeky, Zomblet is a TRICK for Shakespearean die-hards and a TREAT for Halloween fanatics!
Wed Oct 23, 8:00 – PWYC Preview Performance
Thurs Oct 24, 8:00 – Opening Night
Fri Oct 25, 8:00 – Chip Night!
Sat Oct 26, 2:00 – Matinee
Sat Oct 26, 8:00
Sun 27, 2:00- Matinee
Sun 27, 8:00 – Closing Night
Advance Tickets: $25 General/$15 Underwaged*
Door Tickets: $30 General /$20 Underwaged*
Ask us about special PWYC rates – limited numbers available in advance of each performance! Email email@example.com to reserve.
*includes students/seniors/artists/any humans who can’t afford full price
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Please note this production contains mature language and subject matter, violence, haze, and gore… as well as magic, internal organs, musical numbers, puppetry, cannibalism, and Shakespearean wordplay.
Katerina Bakolias as Marcellus + Doctor Faustus
Nick Cox as Hamlet
Audrey Eastwood as Ophelia
Michael Kamras as Claudius
Lara Lewis as Gertrude + Mephistopheles
Colleen MacIsaac as Horatio + Bernardo
Jessica Oliver as Rosencrantz + Francisco
Melanie Patten as Polonius
Madeleine Tench as Guildenstern + Gravedigger
Written and Directed by Dan Bray
Assistant Direction and Choreography by Becca Wolfe
Stage Management by Chelsea Dickie
Assistant Stage Management by Kirsten Luella Bruce
Production Management and Sound Design by Colleen MacIsaac
Production Apprentice Amelia George
Costumes by Noella Murphy
Lighting Design and Musical Score by Nick Cox (with Jordan Ginn)
Set Design and Fight Direction by Audrey Eastwood
Props by Zach Greenham
Magic Consultation by Vincenzo Ravina