By Paul Rudnick
February 14-23, 2003
EQUITY APPROVED SHOWCASE
With his television career in limbo, actor Andrew Ralley is offered the role of Hamlet in New York’s Central Park. There is only one problem – he hates Hamlet. John Barrymore, the greatest Hamlet of all time, returns to life to inspire the young actor. Wildy funny and fast paced – sure to please!
This performance is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts, administered by Queens Council on the Arts, Kaufman Astoria Studios, and Materials for the Arts, and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.