Thursday, August 2, 2018
8:15 pm - 10:15 pm
Houston Shakespeare Festival (HSF) opens their 44th season with Shakespeare’s gripping masterpiece, “Hamlet.” A young prince is summoned back from his university studies to find his world turned inside out, with his mother re-married to his uncle and a ghost haunting the battlements. Unearthing the truth in a court of corruption takes a live-or-die kind of courage — does Hamlet have it?
About Houston Shakespeare Festival
Each summer, HSF, the professional branch of the School of Theatre & Dance, produces a season of two Shakespeare plays in repertory. Since its inception in 1975, HSF has entertained over a million theatergoers with free performances in Hermann Park’s Miller Outdoor Theatre. For more information, visit http://www.uh.edu/shakespeare/.
- Miller Outdoor Theatre
- Houston Shakespeare Festival
Cori Stevenson, director of HSF outreach