I noticed a couple of times when actors flubbed lines. It wasn't that they flubbed them in obvious way. It was that I have the play half memorized, I guess. Also, when they flubbed, they broke the iambic rhythm.
Once again Hamlet died nobly. Poor guy. He wanted to investigate thoroughly before he executed his revenge. But his investigation stirred up a hornet's nest and left quite a body count of major characters.
Okay, I looked it up. Peabody was a coal magnate. He is mentioned here:
Here is the organization that put on the play.
What I like about First Folio, is that they play Shakespeare fairly straight. Oh, they may use wrong-period costuming, but that doesn't bother me, as long as they don't try to distort the drift of the text.
Tonight was the last night for Hamlet, but in a couple of weeks they start with Midsummer's Night's Dream.
Rhyme of the day:
Hamlet doesn't like
A pre-emptive strike.