Stage and Cinema

This Denmark is a rigid, chilly environment, visible in the monotone silver and black of Elizabeth Hope Clancy’s costumes and Marcus Doshi’s grid-like lighting design, both of which take literally the line, 'Denmark’s a prison.' The grid shudders and scrambles when confronted with any disruptive element, whether it is the ominous ghost of Hamlet’s father or the seemingly innocuous traveling players. These players are transgressive, wearing bright colors, turning rank and gender upside down, and daring to experience the emotions which everyone else seems to find dangerous.”

- Arielle Lipshaw, StageandCinema.com

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