Actor/filmmaker Alex Hyde-White ("Dexter," "Game Change," "The Fantastic Four," "Buck Rogers") will be in St. Louis for a one night only showing of his documentary "Three Days of Hamlet" at the Tivoli on April 18th, 7pm.
Tickets for this event can be bought at https://tickets.landmarktheatres.com/Ticketing.aspx?TheatreID=258&ShowDate=4/18/2012 or at the Tivoli box office.
A hero's journey from the most unlikely of sources, a Shakespeare in Love for the reality set...
What makes this first-person documentary so unique is the hero's personal narrative: an actor/manager, dealing with the "ghost" of his father, both real and imagined. Reality intrudes as a troupe of actors and others gather to rehearse and perform a staged reading of Hamlet in three days. In this day of mixed media and cultural attention deficit, it is a monumental task that is renderEd Gracefully. The production goes awry, weaving an original take of a most primal story; holding the "mirror up to nature." As the lives of The Players juxtapose over their characters, what results is a fascinating look at how, once again, art illuminates life.
The film stars Alex Hyde-White, Richard Chamberlain, Stefanie Powers, Peter Woodward, Tom Badal, and Joseph Culp. It is directed by Alex Hyde-White.