In this unusual recording, the talented actor Frank Muller reads Shakespeare's complete work with all stage directions, in the tradition of actors/managers/authors auditioning plays for their companies. Muller's interpretation allows us to listen directly to the author's voice, without extraneous distractions. He brings to life the story of Hamlet, the complex tragic hero bent on avenging his father's murder yet racked by uncertainty brought on by the strength and eloquence of his own conscience.
For interesting and informative lectures about this work, don't miss A Study Guide to Hamlet.
Or, listen to a conversation with Professor Harold Bloom.
To pause or not to pause isn't even a question with this production of William Shakespeare's Hamlet. The award-winning actor Frank Muller takes on the task of performing one of the most compelling and influential plays in English literature, and in this unique production, Muller reads the complete text, stage directions and all. This peculiar style gives listeners a rare chance to hear the author's intent right next to the drama of the tragic hero Hamlet, as he attempts to avenge his father. There are few plays that have achieved the fame of Hamlet, and this production does well to continue its rich legacy.
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