Theatre for a New Audience Delays Start of Hamlet Off-Broadway

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Theatre for a New Audience has pushed back the Off-Broadway start of Hamlet, starring Christian Camargo, to March 17.

David Esbjornson directs the production to play at The Duke on 42nd Street. The production, originally planned to begin March 15, delays its first preview by two days. No reason for the change was given. Opening night remains March 26 and the run will play through April 12.

Camargo, seen in Broadway's recent All My Sons revival tackles the title role opposite Alvin Epstein (as Polonius), Patrick Page (Claudius), Alyssa Bresnahan (Gertrude), Graham Hamilton (Laertes) and Jennifer Ikeda (Ophelia).

The company also includes Scott Drummond (Bernardo), Jonathan Fried (The Ghost), Sean Haberle (Marcellus), Tom Hammond (Horatio), John Christopher Jones (Gravedigger), Craig Pattison (Rosencrantz), Ryan Quinn (The Player Queen and Osiric), Robert Stattel (The Player King) and Richard Topol (Guildenstern).

The design team for Hamlet includes Antje Ellermann (sets), Beth Clancy (costumes), Marcus Doshi (lights), Sven Ortel (projections) and Jane Shaw (music and sound). Cicely Berry and Andrew Wade provide voice work.

TFANA just announced its recent production of Othello wil return for a second run at the Duke, April 15-24. For tickets to Hamlet, at The Duke, 229 West 42nd Street, call (646) 223-3010 or visit dukeon42.org. For more information on TFANA, visit tfana.org.

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