Hamlet Broadway Tickets And Show Information

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Broadhurst Theater

235 West 44th Street

Three hours and 10 minutes, including one 15 minute intermission

October 6th, 2009 (Limited engagement - December 6th, 2009)

Broadway Play - Tragedy

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Hamlet Broadway tickets are now available with leading online authorized ticket brokers. This Donmar Warehouse Production had enthralled audiences in London earlier and is now enthralling theater goers in New York. From New York the production will move on to Washington and then Santa Fe.

Theater goers are in for a treat. Hamlet has such a powerful storyline that it has enthralled audiences for centuries. The script for this play was written by Shakespeare in 1601-02. The fact that the play still runs to full houses shows how great the play is. The play has in fact been immortalized in way no other play has even been.

Over the years the play has formed a solid fan base. The latest Broadway production is no different. The latest Broadway production stars Jude Law in the lead character. He is making a comeback on the Broadway for the first time since 1995.


The play is being directed by Michael Grandage. He is well known for his Tony Award winning Broadway debut- Frost/Nixon. Under Grandage direction, theater goers get a chance to watch the modern version of Hamlet. He has got great reviews for his talented handling of this production which deals with the dark side of humankind.


Others in the play include

Geraldine James as Queen GertrudeGugu Mbatha-Raw, an English actress, as Ophelia, the love interest of HamletKevin R. McNally as the evil ClaudiusMatt Ryan as Horatio, the scholar friend of the princeGwilym Lee as Laertes, the brother of OpheliaPeter Eyre as the ghost of Hamlet’s fatherRoss Armstrong as Cornelius

The lighting design is done by Neil Austin and sound design is by Adam Cork. Set and Costume Design is by Christopher Oram.


Most of the action in this Shakespearean masterpiece takes place in a Scandinavian castle in Denmark. The king of Denmark has just died and his widow, Queen Gertrude, has married his brother Claudius. Hamlet returns to Elsinore Castle to find himself entrapped in deceit, revenge, love, madness and morality.

His anger has no bounds when he finds out that his father has been murdered by Claudius. He must seek revenge; however, in this revenge he loses his love, his mother and even his own life. The great tragedy of this prince has moved theater goers for centuries and it still does.

Jude Law has given a powerful performance in this modern adaptation of Hamlet. The play is being touted as one of the best on Broadway today. Going by the reviews and ticket sales, there is no doubt that theater goers are literally going gaga over the performance of Jude Law.

The tickets for this Broadway production are available online. Customers need to take care that they only buy tickets from authorized ticket brokers. The authenticity of the tickets is guaranteed when they are bought from authorized online ticket brokers. Since the transaction is conducted on a secured server, there is no chance that anyone else can get to see the financial details of the customers.

Customers can buy tickets after viewing the sitting charts. With wide selection of premium Hamlet Broadway tickets at very affordable rates, customers are guaranteed a good deal.

Tickets Information

Hamlet Broadway tickets are selling at the box office for between $25.00 and $116.50. Premium seating and sold out performances are running between $123.00 and $317.00. To view a great online selection of Hamlet Broadway Tickets click the link.

Show Times

Wed & Sat 2pm
Sun 3pm

Tue 7pm
Wed through 7:30pm
Sat 8pm


Take the N,Q,R,W or 1,2,3,9 to 42nd Street, walk North on Broadway to 44th Street and walk West on 44th Street to the theatre

Take the A,C,E to 42nd Street, walk North on Eighth Avenue to 44th Street and walk East on 44th Street to the theatre.


Jude Law - Hamlet
Kevin R. McNally - Claudius
Geraldine James - Gertrude
Ron Cook - Polonius
Ian Drysdale - Osrick
Peter Eyre - the Ghost of Hamlet's Father & The Player King
Jenny Funnell - the Player Queen
Gwilym Lee - Guildenstern
Gugu Mbatha-Raw - Ophelia
John MacMillan - Rosencrantz
Alan Turkington as Fortinbras / Francisco


Directed - Michael Grandage
Written - William Shakespeare
Set & Costume design - Christopher Oram
Lighting - Neil Austin
Sound - Adam Cork

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