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Shakespeare Theatre’s Free for All: Hamlet
Jeffrey Carlson is back, through June 1, to reprise the title role in Hamlet, a production of the Shakespeare Theatre’s Free for All. By Susan Davidson
Comments () | Published May 20, 2008
Janet Zarish as Gertrude and Jeffrey Carlson as Hamlet in the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of Hamlet. Carlson reprises his role in this summer's Free For All.

Jeffrey Carlson is back, through June 1, to reprise the title role in Hamlet, a production of the Shakespeare Theatre’s Free for All. Carlson’s acting is broad and high-energy, very suitable to the outdoors.

Free tickets may be picked up the day of performance, Tuesday through Friday beginning at 8:30 am at the Washington Post building (1150 15th St., NW) and Tuesday through Sunday beginning at noon at the Shakespeare Theatre Company box office at Sidney Harman Hall (610 F St., NW) and Carter Barron box office (16th St. and Colorado Ave., NW).

For details, visit shakespearetheatre.org or call 202-334-4790.

Want more details? Check out our review of Hamlet from when it was playing at the Shakespeare Theatre Company.


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