Fayetteville State University Theatre Company and the Department of Performing & Fine Arts invite you to our Fall 2015 production of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
A staple of dramatic literature, Hamlet explores the story of a prince bent on avenging his father’s death. Featuring FSU student actors and supporting artists from Sweet Tea Shakespeare and centered on the exploration of self, loss, danger, and love, this production features compelling performances, sword fights, ghosts, and live music.
Performances include TWO school matinees at 9:30am on November 19 & 20 in Seabrook Auditorium on the FSU campus. Tickets are $5 per student (teachers and chaperones are free) and include access to a study guideand lesson plans whichcorrespond to Common Core High School English strands, including text sets in line with the current CCS professional development series.
Priority booking begins now. Tickets are held with a 50% non-refundable deposit on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve by completing the form here:
Bus parking is available on campus. On-campus dining options are available on request. For further information, please contact(910) 672-2574 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW! BONUS THEATRE EXPERIENCES!
Can’t make it to the matinee performance? Bring your students to ANY FSU Theatre performance for a special rate. Groups of 10 or more students receive $8 reserved seating.*
*Restrictions apply. Please contact the Department for details.
Reservation is not final until confirmed by FSU Theatre. Attendance and amount due must be finalized one week prior to the show.
We look forward to seeing you at Hamlet.
Jeremy FiebigAssistant Professor of Theatre