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LAST SHOW
29 August 2015
Brunei , Bandar Seri Begawan, Jerudong International School
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TODAY
31 August 2015
Myanmar , Yangon, Strand Hotel Ballroom
Local time: 19.11pm
Local weather: 26°C, broken clouds
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4 September 2015
Hong Kong, China,
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Distance traveled: 196,467 KM
Countries visited: 128
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  • Our Hamleteers have run into a spot of trouble with excess luggage, and have arrived in Kiribati with no set and no costume. amandawilkin has sent us a photo where you can see the skulls which they ma...

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  • Globe to Globe Hamlet: Year One Highlights

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  • Hamlet: Skulls are good to think with

    When
    David Tennant played Hamlet at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2008, there was
    a brief kerfuffle over the revelation that he’d
    been using a real skull in the Yorick scene, that of a Polish pianist named
    Andre Tchaikovsky who bequeathed his skull to the RSC in 1982. Other actors,
    like Mark Rylance, had rehearsed with the skull before, but Tennant was the
    first to use a real live skull — or a real dead one — before a
    paying public. Once the news broke, the real skull was replaced with a fake one
    when the show transferred to London, although the director,...

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    3/7/15 53 notes

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