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On Saturday October 14 2000 the North Carolina Shakespeare festival put on a performance of Hamlet This show which was performed at the Carolina Theatre in Durham North Carolina was directed by who also directed did a really good job at playing Hamlet which is a very hard role to act for any actor Hamlet was produced by the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival which is a group of actors that travel around NC and the South running productions of Shakespeares many plays The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival put on a production of Taming of the shrew on October 13 where the actor who played Hamlet played a servant of a rich landowner Out of all the players in Hamlet two that really stuck out in my mind are Hamlet and Polonious s portrale of Hamlet was very energetic and believable Where was silly and almost humorous in his portrale of Polonious Two players that really disappointed me in their performances were and The king who was played by was dry and inconvincible and who played Hamlets mother was very fake and uninteresting Out of the whole play the scene that struck me as the most memorable was the scene where Hamlet sees his father and makes everyone that is with him to swear that they wont speak a word of what they saw to anyone or anything They are all sitting in a circle and Hamlet asks them to swear and then the lights dim and a red light turns on Then a big ominous voice pounds down from above it is hamlets father and commands them to swear This happens many times until all the people say that they will swearit is also quite comical The scene where hamlet kills Polonious was just as I had expected it to be where as the scene where hamlet makes his famous to be or
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