«There is something rotten in the state of Denmark».
Such is the unequivocal conclusion of Horatio, official Court photographer, as he develops his negatives in the laboratory. The images of the King’s funeral and his older brother’s marriage set side by side make it seem as though they formed a single ceremony…
By the seaside, in a crumbling Military Fort, Claudius has taken up the reins of power and won over Gertrude, the wife of his brother who died so suddenly… But his young nephew, Prince Hamlet, is inconsolable. Closeted in his room, he has invented a parallel world and is secretly preparing his revenge…
(Super) Hamlet is a nordic maritime adventure epic, both funny and tragic – a tale about the coming of age of young Hamlet, our super-hero.
After William Shakespeare and “Tales from Shakespeare” by Charles and Mary Lamb
Running Time: approximately one hour – For all audiences over the age of 8.
Screenplay / Adaptation: Métilde Weyergans and
Directed by: Samuel Hercule
Artistic direction: Métilde Weyergans
Music: Timothée Jolly
Sets: Bérengère Naulot
Director of photography: Catherine Pujol
Editor: Mike Guermyet
Costumes: Rémy Le Dudal
Cast: Samuel Hercule, Métilde Weyergans, Timothée Jolly, Philippe Vincenot, Philippe Uchan, Michel Le Gouis
Voice and sound effects: Samuel Hercule
Voice and sound effects: Métilde Weyergans
Piano: Timothée Jolly
Percussions: Florie Perroud
Sound design: Eric Rousson and Adrian Bourget
Lighting design and stage managers: Johannes Charvolin and Sébastien Dumas
Production: Aurélia Ferrière
La Cordonnerie, La Filature – National Theater of Mulhouse, Le centre culturel Aragon d’Oyonnax, le Granit – National theater of Belfort, the Théâtre de la Renaissance d’Oullins. With the support of TRAFFO_Carré Rotondes, the Rhône-Alpes Region and the SPEDIDAM..