A UNIQUE performance of ‘Hamlet’ will be performed this month in the Grampians National Park.
‘OZACT’, is a touring theatre company dedicated to telling the stories of William Shakespeare in an outdoor setting.
This year will be the 19th time OZACT have visited The Grampians, with the company performing in Brambuk The National Park for the first time.
Audiences will be treated to a unique version of the classic story which sets the play within the times of World War II.
“We’ve set it in Denmark and the Norwegians have become the Germans who invaded in 1940, which makes it interesting because it’s a kingdom being invaded from both outside and within,” said Bruce Widdop, Founder and Director of OZACT.
Full story in The Spectator on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, or subscribe to our epaper at top of page.