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But where did the piece go?
"But where did the piece go?"

"Claes Wahlin looks a too reduced Hamlet at the royal dramatic theatre"

"the time is Out of joint time, tempted I am to quote, because the theatre audience who know their classics is shrinking season on season. Every director who takes on , as in this case, Shakespeare, must take into account what they believe is the audience's knowledge of the work. This despite the fact that Hamlet is a figure who, like Faust or Don Juan, living a life outside the texts where they once were born."

"On the royal Dramatic theatre's main stage is dark. Over the whole scene rises a broad, black staircase upwards in the fund. Klädsnittet is modern, predominantly black, white, and gray. In front of and in the staircase runs throughout the game. Now, it is far from the whole drama that is being played. Although stroke often, in scenes that gravgrävarnas, remove the pantomimen before the game-in-game, or shortening monologerna. But I remember a set of Peter Hall who played the whole of the text: four and a half hours in a furious tempo."

"non, Dramaten, has been pared down to the point that the only people who get the contours is, in the first place, Hamlet and Claudius, in the other hand, Polonius and Gertrude, and possibly Ophelia. Horatio or Laertes is in principle incomprehensible to those who can't play."

"the royal Dramatic theatre's Hamlet is about Hamlet, about his existential rumination, brought by a despair based on what happens around him; murder, incest (and war, but Fortinbras is, as usual, deleted) and all of what it now is. Adam Lundgren makes an elegant performance with its roll between the fervour and observance, between action and reflection. All honor to him. Ulf Peter Hallberg's the modern blank verse flows easily, which applies to the entire ensemble, with the exception of some of the younger ones."

"He Hamlet tells time to the audience, not for himself, who wants to director Sofia Jupither keep a läsardimension of the play. This can certainly be done, but when the rest of the drama is so reduced as to become the context for Hamlet's doubt and rumination, a tad abstract, as well as free-floating."

"nFrågorna around the different persons dilemmas that the play sets but rarely answers, is more or less gone. To answer the questions that Gertrude, in spite of everything repent, is, of course, even a reduction. Where did the piece go? A large part of the strength in the tragedy of Hamlet is that it forces the audience to ask questions, more and other questions than those that arise in Hamlet's monologues."

"What help, then, to Gerhard Hoberstorfers Claudius is like a sockerdragerad evil, or that Thérèse Brunnanders Gertrude may despair so nicely and abandoned? When Karin Franz Körlofs Ofelia after a bit awkwardly tried with a little tonårstrots then goes and drowns himself in the face Gertrudes eyes, so there is no explanation for the suicide, rather a way to avoid ambiguities in the play. nMen it is precisely the uncertainties, all the holes in this tragediernas tragedy that must be put in the scene. Otherwise it is not only the time is out of joint."

"Trans. Ulf Peter Hallberg"

"production Design: Erlend Birkeland"

"In roles: Adam Lundgren, David Book, Thérèse Brunnander, Gerhard Hoberstorfer, Karin Franz Körlof, etc."

"Scene: the royal dramatic theatre, the main stage"

"running time: 2 hrs 45 min"

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