Brown Box Theatre Project presents:
FREE Outdoor Shakespeare returns with Brown Box’s most ambitious production yet. Hamlet, Shakespeare’s pivotal work, delves deep into the recesses of human consciousness in a raw and unforgiving examination of a treacherous political landscape and one Prince’s struggle with the weighty consequences of action, inaction, pain, numbness, and the ever-terrifying unknown. Murder, treason, intrigue, and betrayal culminate to form this harrowing and timeless theatrical masterpiece.
Here is the schedule:
August 11-13 — Allston | Christian Herter Park
August 18 — Fort Point, Boston | Waterfront Plaza at Atlantic Wharf
August 19 — Fall River | Heritage State Park
August 20 — Plymouth | Pilgrim Memorial State Park
August 24 — Easton | Borderland State Park
August 25 — Assembly Square | Baxter Park Amphitheater
August 26 — Hopkinton | Center for the Arts
August 27 — Fort Point, Boston | Waterfront Plaza at Atlantic Wharf
All performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and are free and open to the public. Hamlet will be performed outdoors and seating is on the lawn. For your comfort, feel free to bring a blanket or lawn chair. For more information, including weather updates and rain locations, please visit brownboxtheatre.org.