Hamlet on stage YOU WANNA BE COOL? YOU WANNA LOOK CLEVER? SO YOU MUST KNOW HAMLET! BUT THERE IS A PROBLEM, YOU ARE LAZY! SO WE HAVE A SOLUTION FOR YOU, WATCH THE PLAY OF HAMLET!!!!!!!
Hamlet is an English book adapted by John Gielgud, and produced by Alexander H. Cohen in 1964. But if you are very lazy the climax of the story is the soliloquy that is to say when a person speaks alone on the stage. The soliloquy illustrates Hamlet‘s dilemma because it allows Hamlet to express his feelings and his state of mind. We must remind you that you are truly lazy so watch Hamlet’s soliloquy acted by Richard Burton. The setting is empty; it is morose and gloomy because it is dark. There are no props just a bench and a stairway. You know the setting is not filled with decoration so your brain will focus on the soliloquy; consequently it's perfect for a lazy guy. Moreover, the actor is wearing black clothes; he looks not too young but he is a good embodiment of the character of Hamlet when he does his soliloquy. Sometimes, when he conveys his sorrow, his pain, he speaks louder than when he conveys his doubts. What's more, sometimes, he speaks fast and sometime slow. He conveys his doubts, his sorrow, the injustices of life, the tragedy of his family. NOW , YOU ARE ALMOST CLEVER BUT IF YOU WANNA BE PERFECTLY CLEVER READ THE BOOK AND WATCHED ALL THE PLAY!!!! DHOIFIR Toianti CARLIER Laura