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Old 10-25-2008, 03:06 PM   #22
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steve: The play was set in Denmark, but in the 1940s. At least the costuming was ... there were no other references to the time period. But the set was Japanese, there were quite a few kabuki references throughout, and the ghost was in feudal Japanese battle attire. I'm still chewing on the reasons for that, but on the whole it was well done.
Sounds really interesting..I know of other productions (for Hamlet and other plays) that have set the play(s) in other time periods...I saw one not long ago...can't remember which play but Kenneth Branagh was involved in the production (he did a bunch of Shakespearean films)...

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