A scene from Hamlet
(© Miranda Arden)
A scene from Hamlet
(© Miranda Arden)
Casting has been announced for the New York Classical Theatre's free production of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, to run April 1-18 at the World Financial Center. The production will be directed by Stephen Burdman and designed by Amelia Dumbrowski.

The show will be presented as a promenade, with audiences following the action throughout the downtown complex. Audience members are invited to bring pillows.

The cast will feature Justin Blanchard (Hamlet), Ginny Myers Lee (Ophelia), John Michalski (Claudius), Rita Rehn (Gertrude), Ian Stuart (Polonius), Shad Ramsey (Laertes), John-Patrick Driscoll (Horatio), Alexis Camins (Rosencrantz), Scott Kerns (Guildenstern), and Anthony Reimer, Nick Salamone, and Clay Storseth.

Blanchard appeared in the Broadway production of Journey's End. His other stage credits include A Christmas Carol, Argonautika, and You May Go Now.

For more information, visit www.artsworldfinancialcenter.com.