January 22 – 23, 1992, January 25 – 26, 1992

Production Language Hebrew
Country of Origin Israel
Description Part of the series Israel: The Next Generation
This contemporary, Hebrew language version of Hamlet brings the audience eye-to-eye with the actors on an intimate, black-box stage, compelling a head-on confrontation with Shakespeare's greatest tragedy. Noted Director Rina Yerushalmi's young company performs with a crystalline intensity in a production that has been praised extensively by Israeli and European critics. There are only 100 seats per performance, so order early to be sure you see the winner of the Margalit Prize -- the Israeli Tonys -- for Best Director and Best Production.
Identifier 1992s.01061
VenueAdam E. Max Gathering Space (Lepercq Space, Ballroom, BAM Cafe)
author/playwrightWilliam Shakespeare
costume designerOfra Zadik
lighting designerJudy Kupferman
musical directorShosh Reisman
set designer/decorMoshe Sternfeld
translator/interpretorAvraham Shlonski