Online Virtual Performance

Provider: Asolo Repertory Theatre

Contact: Tiana Turner

Starting cost per student: $1.00

Additional Info: Classroom Registration for Sarasota County Schools is only $5.00

Max. Capacity:

Transportation Needed?  No

Who Arranges Transportation?

Is Financial Assistance Offered?  No


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ASOLO REPERTORY THEATRE presents Hamlet, Prince of Cuba

By William Shakespeare

Adapted and Directed by Michael Donald Edwards

Spanish Translation by Nilo Cruz

Presented In Spanish with English subtitles

Curriculum Designed for: Grades 9-12

Streaming Available March 3rd until May 28, 2021.

“The play’s the thing,” and this rendition of Hamlet is unlike any you have seen before! Set amongst the ruling elite of 1898 Cuba, this production immerses your class into a fresh portrayal of a son’s struggle for revenge and the consequences that threaten to destroy the lives of those he loves. 

This Production is perfect for the theatre, literature, or Spanish language class. It is also a great show for students who speak Spanish as their first language to engage Shakespeare with for the first time.

The streaming of the production is accompanied by learning materials in both English and Spanish for grades 9th-12th that align with Florida CPALMS Standards. 

PLEASE NOTE: This streaming performance gives your class access to the full Spanish version of the production with English subtitles. In addition, the all-digital, interactive curriculum for Hamlet, Prince of Cuba, is in both English and Spanish.

Click Here to Register to Stream this Production to Your Classroom 

Get a glimpse of what this performance looks and sounds like by watching the clip below of Hamlet’s famous “To be or not to be” speech. 


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