The Magari Theatre to Present: I Hate Hamlet
Duluth: The Magari Theatre Company opens its debut season with the hilarious comedy, I Hate Hamlet at The Red Clay Music Foundry, October 17th-November 10th at 7:00PM ET on weeknights. All members of the community are invited to attend the show.
The box office is currently open and tickets are sold via The Magari Theatre website, www.magaritheatre.com, or the box office at (678) 892-6373.
The Magari Theatre Company is the newest professional theatre to the Duluth community. I Hate Hamlet was written by Paul Rudnick and directed by the theatre’s owner, Amanda Jewell.
The play has laughter, love, and even sword fighting and séances, so it’s guaranteed to entertain everyone in the audience. It tells the story of Andrew Rally, a modern L.A film actor man who finds himself playing Hamlet during a live performance. Unexpectedly, he meets the deceased – and former actor of Hamlet, John Barrymore – who helps him prepare for the role that Andrew doesn’t even want to play.
From everyone at The Magari Theatre Company, we look forward to welcoming our communities to the debut.