William Shakespeare, Hamlet
This fall, the Shakespeare Company at the Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz is working on one of the most mysterious dramas of world literature: William Shakespeare's "Hamlet". Giovanni Netzer, holder of the Hans Reinhart-Ring and director of the school theatre group, sets the play in a claustrophobic mirror cabinet, as a confusing borderline walk between appearance and reality.
It is probably the most important work of theatre history: William Shakespeare's "Hamlet". The story of the melancholic prince of Denmark is a key work of modern drama and has shaped the image of the modern human being like no other piece of literature. No other drama has been discussed as many times as "Hamlet", and still it remains one of the most enigmatic and profound texts of world literature, which has been adapted, reflected and performed in many different cultures.