Gareth Saxe
(© Joseph Marzullo/WENN)
Gareth Saxe
(© Joseph Marzullo/WENN)
Full casting has been announced for the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's production of William Shakespeare's Hamlet, starring Gareth Saxe in the title role. The production, to be directed by Bonnie J. Monte, will run September 9-October 11.

As previously reported, Robert Cuccioli will play Claudius, Jacqueline Antaramian will play Gertrude, and Daniel Stewart will play Laertes. The cast will also include John Hickok as Polonius, Lauren English as Ophelia, Gene Gillette as Rosencrantz, Michael Stewart Allen as Guildenstern, Greg Jackson as Horatio, Ames Adamson as Reynaldo, and Jon Barker, Jason Bobb, Pressly Coker, and Robert Grant. In addition, the show will feature an aural soundscape by Karin Graybash and featuring the voices of the Harmonium Choral Society.

As previously announced, the company's season will kick off with Around the World in Eighty Days (April 29-May 24), an action-packed adventure adapted from the Jules Verne classic story by Bonnie J. Monte. Next up will be The Little Foxes (June 3-28), Lillian Hellman's cautionary tale of an ambitious, turn of the century Southern family torn apart by bitter disappointment, greed, and deception; to be followed by Shakespeare's The Tempest (June 24-August 2); Moliere's School for Wives (July 8-26); Michael Frayn's Noises Off (August 9-30), The Grapes of Wrath (October 21-November 21), adapted from John Steinbeck's novel by Frank Galati, and Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (December 2-January 3).

For more information, visit www.ShakespeareNJ.org.