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Shakespeare on Tour Bringing Hamlet to the Alameda Free Library

Hamlet is coming to the Alameda Free Library. (Google Street View)

Hamlet is coming to the Alameda Free Library. (Google Street View)

Next month, The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival – Shakespeare On Tour, will present Hamlet at the Alameda Free Library.

Set in sixteenth-century Denmark, the play is the source of the well-known “to be or not to be” and “Alas, poor Yorick!” soliloquies, and tells a tale of princely revenge, replete with ghosts.

The one-hour production includes professional actors who will take questions after the performance.

Hamlet runs one day only, at the main library on Oak Street, Sunday, November 15, at 2 pm. Admission is free.

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