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Fortinbras (Anglais) Broché – 22 mars 2002

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Clever, Funny and Easy Going. 14 mars 2005
Par Aco - Publié sur
Format: Broché
While in a production of Hamlet, playing among others, Fortinbras, I recalled hearing of this play. As well cast mates and I debated about a play ala Rosencranz and Guildenstern Are Dead, that comes from Hamlet, and takes on questions about those remaining alive. Well, here is Fortinbras.

Opening as Hamlet ends, Fortinbras arrives into a kingdom-for-free and takes on what Hamlet showed to be a rotten state in Denmark. Very much humor ensues, as Horatio and Osric, the only survivors who witnessed the end of the royal family, attempt to adaprt to this new careless ruler.

This is a great read. Quick, funny, clever and easy going. If someone wanted to be very bold, a production of this tied into Hamlet would be an amazing ride.
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One of the Great Shakespearean Spin-offs 29 octobre 2011
Par Peter A. Greene - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The royal family of Denmark is dead, and Fortinbras has just taken over the helm. And it soon becomes evident that Hamlet had it easy.

Hamlet was haunted a mere single ghost, but Fortinbras now rules in castle filled with all of the recently departed, and they have a few things they want to get off their non-incorporeal chests.

There's much to enjoy here, and the makings of a great performance opportunity, because the author has pulled off the trick of creating a hilariously witty revisiting of Shakespeare's characters without reducing them to silly cartoon versions. A great reconsideration of the Hamlet that both builds on and illuminates the original, while adding some twists and extrapolations that enrich it all.

Smart and laugh-out-loud funny, this is a real treat for fans of Hamlet to both read and perform. Highly recommended.
Brief, humorous and fairly clever play 14 février 2015
Par Patrick J. Leahy - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'll start this off by saying this is a very quick read. I finished it in one day, a relatively busy day. But it's not just the length of the play that made it easy to read, it's also very engaging and it flows nice. The satire play picks up right where we left off with Hamlet, with Fortinbras storming into Elsinore and being granted the throne. But the minute he marches himself into the kingdom... it's simplistic modern day English dialogue for the rest of the story, and hilarity ensues. With a few complaints here and there, the play works very well in the satirical sense it's aiming to. It's no "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead", but it's still very good, I dare say it's fairly underrated and is in need of some more recognition. William Shakespeare's Hamlet is by far one of my all-time favorite pieces of literature, so the uncharacteristic actions in this play were very distracting, but I found myself to get over them quickly. Horatio seems to be the only one remotely in character, but it is a parody, and as that it works very well. My favorite thing about the play is the way that it toys with the critique of Shakespeare's play, the majority of theories surrounding Hamlet like the Oedipus Complex and Ophelia's drowning, it's done in a very funny way here. I certainly recommend the play, but I can't say it's for everyone. If you're looking for a Hamlet parody with characters that are still true to the source material, just with a comedic spin, you won't find it here. But if you go in open minded, I think Fortinbras will be worth a read.
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So funny! 31 mars 2000
Par J Annessi - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This is one of the funniest plays that i have ever read. I am a theatre major and have to read TONS of plays and i love this one. The writing was made to be directed. And i also love this play as a director because it is like doing a Shakespeare without putting your actors through that language! It's a must read for Shakespeare fans!
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