There's an old joke about the actor cast as the gravedigger in Hamlet. "What's the play about?" the actor's wife asks. "It's about a gravedigger who meets a prince," he tells her. Now, meet Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Tom Stoppard's masterful satire focuses on Hamlet's two best friends from childhood, neither of whom can quite figure out what's going on at Elsinore Castle. As the events of William Shakespeare's Hamlet unfold around them, Ros and Guil visit their old friend, and try to figure out just exactly what's real and what isn't ... and why Hamlet wants them both to die.
Suitable for ages 16 and older
Admission is by donation at the door