This essay discusses "Hamlet" as presented in four Italian productions in 2009:"Amleto" by A. Calenda; "Ex-Amleto" by R. Herlitzka; "Per Amleto" by M. Dalisi; "Kitemmurt" by G. Ventriglia. All of then underline the critical function of theatre as a mirror of life and show how Hamlet is still the character who best represents modern man and his attempt to find possible answers to the great life questions.

Le voci di Orazio. 'Amleto' nel teatro italiano contemporaneo

DE FILIPPIS, Simonetta
2010

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This essay discusses "Hamlet" as presented in four Italian productions in 2009:"Amleto" by A. Calenda; "Ex-Amleto" by R. Herlitzka; "Per Amleto" by M. Dalisi; "Kitemmurt" by G. Ventriglia. All of then underline the critical function of theatre as a mirror of life and show how Hamlet is still the character who best represents modern man and his attempt to find possible answers to the great life questions.
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