Author and director Boris Nikitin has rewritten Hamlet into a contemporary performance for audiences who love the avant-garde. Featured as an opening attraction at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, the show comes to the UCT Little Theatre in Orange Street, Cape Town, today Thursday July 5, at 7.30pm. In a mix of experimental documentary play and music-theatre, performer and electronic musician, Julian Meding, takes over the part of a modern Hamlet who revolts against reality. Supported by a baroque-quartet, Meding exposes identities of himself to the public. The play is German with English surtitles and no
under 16s are allowed. Entry is free but booking is essential. RSVP to ica@uct.ac.za Pictured is Meding in a contemporary performance of Hamlet.