15 Minute Hamlet

Senior Eric Johnson, junior S. Baker Eatmon and Professor of Theater Arts David Flaten took on the roles of various characters from Hamlet on May 9, to perform a "Staged Reading of the 15 minute Hamlet," by Tom Stoppard. The presentation of various acts from Shakespearean plays was put on by Dr. Flaten's directing class. / photo by Rhidian Maehl
Senior Eric Johnson, junior S. Baker Eatmon and Professor of Theater Arts David Flaten took on the roles of various characters from Hamlet on May 9, to perform a “Staged Reading of the 15 minute Hamlet,” by Tom Stoppard. The presentation of various acts from Shakespearean plays was put on by Dr. Flaten’s directing class. / photo by Rhidian Maehl
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