Stoppard's classic (and hilarious) treatise on existentialism, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, is a worm's-eye view of the tale of Hamlet from Shakespeare's own Beavis and Butthead. This play is paired with its companion piece, Hamlet.
Which version is reality? Which one is a dream? With 1 united cast of 12 actors taking the same roles in both plays, come experience both sides of this classic story in the daring ensemble-driven manner that's made The Seeing Place a fixture in the NY indie theater scene.
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