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  • Boris Akunin: HAMLET. A VERSION: Saturday, April 22, 2017; 8 PM (PREVIEW)
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Please bring your ticket to Theatre at St. Clements within 1 hour of the show time and exchange it for your ticket. THERE ARE NO ASSIGNED SEATS.

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$12.50 for Boris Akunin’s HAMLET. A VERSION Show Tickets ($18 Value)

  • April 22 – May 10, 2017
  • Theatre at St. Clements, Manhattan

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BORIS AKUNIN

INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS FOR HIS FICTIONAL CYCLE

“The Adventures of Erast Fandorin”

RE-ENGINEERS SHAKESPEARE’S CLASSIC TRAGEDY

IN AN INGENIOUSLY INNOVATIVE VEIN:

  • About the Deal:

$12.50 for Boris Akunin’s HAMLET. A VERSION Show Tickets ($18 Value)

- April 22 – May 10, 2017

- Theatre at St. Clements, Manhattan

  • About the Play:

Set in a crumbling hierarchical empire, HAMLET. A VERSION shifts the usual focus from the iconic philosophical title character to the intrigue, opportunism, and political scheming of a burgeoning police state.

This starkly realized new world order, insidiously ushered in by murderous and destabilizing tactics, provides a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘something is rotten in the state of Denmark.’

From a curiously flat-footed Hamlet and a self-aggrandizing ‘Polonius the First’, to the questionable death of the old king and a torrid affair between Gertrude and Claudius, Boris Akunin’s HAMLET. A VERSION provides a radically prescient perspective on a contemporary political issue: how to eradicate the old to make way for the new.

But who gets caught in the crossfire?

  • To Learn More:

https://www.akuninhamlet.com/

  • About Boris Akunin:

BORIS AKUNIN is the literary pseudonym of the Georgian-born Grigol Chkhartishvili (b. 1956, Tbilisi), a prominent writer, essayist, and translator.  Since 1998 he has been writing detective fiction, which made him a literary celebrity in Russia, Europe, and the United States.

His books have been translated into more than fifty languages, and more than thirty million copies of his books have been sold. Azazel (1998) opens the series featuring the extraordinary and charismatic detective ERAST FANDORIN, whose unorthodox exploits solve intricate mysteries destabilizing the fin-de-siècle Tsarist Russia and Europe.


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Please bring your ticket to Theatre at St. Clements within 1 hour of the show time and exchange it for your ticket. THERE ARE NO ASSIGNED SEATS.

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