Teatr im. The Slovak. Hamlet with ADHD [REVIEW]
I do not blame Bartosz Szydłowski for not having made "Hamlet" in a godly way, which often amounts to a more or less successful summary of the drama. This was not about telling the story of the Danish prince efficiently, but about showing in a series of images of the world that is "a bone broken in the pond." Our world, of course, because, as Wyspiański wrote, "» Hamlet "is about what to think in Poland today - to think." By the way, although Wyspiański appears next to Shakespeare on the poster, in the spectacle his reflections on "Hamlet" exist only partially.
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