Courtesy of S. Dylan Zwickel ’14:
What is it ye would see? If aught of woe or wonder, cease your search.
Come see HAMLET by William Shakespeare this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 and Saturday at 2 in the ’92 Theater! Tickets are available starting at 10 am at the box office in Usdan the day of the performance. Tickets will be extremely limited, so make sure to get there early!
The performance will involve some audience movement, so please wear shoes in which you’ll be comfortable standing and walking!
Sponsored by Second Stage
Dates: Thursday, April 24th–Saturday, April 26th, 2014
Place: ’92 Theater
Woops, did I just use a picture of David Tennant playing Hamlet? I suppose I did.
To be Dylan Zwickel ’14, or to not be Dylan Zwickel ’14? That’s, like, not even a question:
Auditions for HAMLET by William Shakespeare, directed by S. Dylan Zwickel, will be held WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29TH and THURSDAY, JANUARY 30TH, from 7-10 pm in the EAST ROOM in the Theater Studios.
Callbacks will take place Saturday, February 1st, from noon-5 pm, in the Jones Room. Please sign up for an audition slot on this Google doc and come prepared with a classical monologue (preferably Shakespeare).
You’ll have to excuse me, I’m fanboying so hard.
I have a tendency to be able to go on and on about The Hero of Wesleyan, the man they call Joss Whedon ’87. Besides being the school’s 2013 commencement speaker, the Buffy The Vampire Slayer/Angel/Firefly/Dollhouse/Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-Long-Blog/Cabin in the Woods/The Avengers writer and director also put together his own, modern-day movie adaptation of the play Much Ado About Nothing, by that one famous old British writer.
The film, shot in October 2011 at Whedon’s own house over the course of less than two weeks, is set for a June 7 theater release, but we finally get a taste of what it will look like. It’s shot in mostly black and white, with the trailer set to an upbeat, jazzy tune, and we can see some of the promised all-star cast, many of whom Whedon has put in his other films and shows.
Representatives of the Whedon Army here include Amy Acker (Angel, Dollhouse, Cabin), Alexis Denisof (Buffy, Angel, Dollhouse, The Avengers), Reed Diamond (Dollhouse), Nathan Fillion (Firefly, Buffy, Dr. Horrible’s), Clark Gregg (Avengers), and Fran Kranz (Dollhouse, Cabin), among many others. I’m guessing it’ll be better than the original.