The Murder of Gonzago
The Murder of Gonzago is, of course, the play-within-the-play that Claudius so rudely interupts in Hamlet. Shakespeare never wrote the rest of the play. So we did.
When Lucianus wants to murder his uncle Gonzago, his every attempt goes awry, taking out one servant after another. Bodies pile up, a bumbling detective intervenes, gangsters lurk, and the Bohemian Bear closes in.
Your screen becomes a stage where characters interact directly with each other, move around, exchange messages, choke, poison, even stab each other across their windows. This is everything you wish your Zoom meetings could be!
(The show is best viewed from a lap-top or desk-top to get the full interactions between characters.)
Zoom link will be sent out one hour before showtime.