Hamlet

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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Torn Out Theater, the company that received international media attention last year for their nude, all-female production of The Tempest, returns with a nude, all-male outdoor production of Hamlet. The (free!) show celebrates body freedom and uses Shakespeare's classic tragedy to examine the assumptions and anxieties surrounding the nude male form.

Notes: Attendees are encouraged to arrive half an hour before curtain time, as seating is self-selected. They are welcome to bring picnic blankets or chairs; seating will be on the lawn in front of the Prospect Park Music Pagoda. No tickets required for this show!

Update: The show has been extended and transferred to Manhattan for 2 performances. Sept. 7 and 8 at 5:00pm at the King Jagiello Statue in Central Park.

Visit the Hamlet website:

http://www.tornouttheater.org/hamlet

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