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Ham/thello : the Moor of Denmark : a new play

by William Shakespeare, Jeff Goode

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All groups / Areas / Drama / 5m, 3f / Running time: 2 hours Shakespeare's greatest villain, Iago, stoops to new heights of evil to convince King Othello that his stepson Hamlet loves his own mother. Jealousy, handkerchiefs, poison and ghosts ensue. But can anyone survive the raging vengeance of.Ophelia? A tale of racism, incest, and revenge, from the authors of Romeo & Julius [Caesar]. Award-winning playwright Jeff Goode intertwines two of Shakespeare's best-known plays in an original work of classic theatre. Part of the Shakespeare Fusion series: the Bard's first new plays in 400 years.

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