To be or not to be?

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Click the link for Hamlet as it was meant to be…or not to be.

And in case you’re wondering:

In the order of appearance:
Paapa Essiedu
Tim Minchin
Benedict Cumberbatch
Dame Harriet Walter
David Tennant
Rory Kinnear
Sir Ian McKellen
Dame Judi Dench
Prince Charles

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4 thoughts on “To be or not to be?

  1. I saw Tim Michin’s tweet of this. It’s so meta, it hurts in a wonderful way. The requirement of each person telling each other to hit a different word in emphasis – as the ONLY way to speak the line – plus the current Prince coming on – plus “have YOU played the Dane?!?”. 🙂

    Why aren’t you and Rasa in some honeymoon bliss, sequestered from the world? (Except, of course, I’m still hankering for more photos!)

  2. Blocked!

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