Sep 12, 2013 to Sep 14, 2013
Playhouse Tulsa opens the 2013-2014 season with "I Hate Hamlet". In this dramatic comedy Andrew Rally is a successful TV actor with a problem: Shakespeare's "Hamlet." He's agreed to play the role in New York, but he's not sure he has the chops for it. So he rents an apartment once owned by late legendary actor John Barrymore, in hopes of finding inspiration. It arrives in due course - in the form of Barrymore's belligerent ghost.
The magic of the theater and the perils of being taught by the ghost of a dead legend form the hilarious heart of "I Hate Hamlet" by master comic Paul Rudnick.
"I Hate Hamlet" runs Sept. 12-14 at 7:30 p.m. in the John H. Williams Theatre. For ticket and season subscription information, please call 918-596-7109 or visit myticketoffice.com or www.playhousetheatretulsa.com.
|Cost||$10 for student tickets; $15 for group rates; $21 for seniors; $25 for Adults|
Tulsa Performing Arts Center's John H. Williams Theatre
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