By William Shakespeare
7-22 September 2018
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
It is the greatest play, and deserves the reputation. It touches on the most raw emotions in language of unparalleled beauty.
Director Robert Jarman
Designer William Dowd
Fight Director Andrew Casey
Music Director Anna Kidd
Stage Manager Luke Leitch
FoH Manager Christine Bailey
Marketing Adrian Smith
Graphic Designer Nathaniel Hiller
Schools Liaison Claire Pendrigh
Set manufacture Richard Kowaluk
For Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Manager, Programmes and Community Engagement Michael McLaughlin
Venue Liaison Luke Leitch
Facility / Production Assistance Richard Kowaluk
Lighting Mark Colgrave
Café and Bar Mark Bent
Andrew Casey Claudius
Scott Farrow Hamlet
Jordy Gregg Laertes / Guildenstern / Player
Ross Hay Horatio / Rosencrantz / Player
Guy Hooper Ghost / 1st Player / Gravedigger
Anna Kidd Ophelia / Priest
Jane Longhurst Gertrude
Matt Rossner Polonius / Gravedigger
WHAT PEOPLE SAID ABOUT “HAMLET”
“Robert, you are really at the top of your game. Hamlet was a wonderful and memorable experience. It was so fresh and so vivid. Scott knocked it out of the ballpark. What a special gift it is when someone invests so much to inhabit the character.
“Your choices made it work so well. It is the type of thing that glows inside you for days afterwards and makes you reread parts of the play again. Guys grave side poem was a spellbinding highlight for me. And what a life changing experience for Jordy.
“It was a fantastic team effort by cast and crew, made possible by the expertise you have accrued over a lifetime dedicated commitment.
“Thanks mate, all the best. Ian.”