Fall Theatre Production: King Stag
Hamilton students are participating in Hamilton's Fall Theatre production of King Stag, written by Carlo Gozzi and directed by Professor of Theatre Craig Latrell.
King Stag, written in 1762, is a fairy tale about love, death, and transformation. The show centers on the human search for honesty in a fantastical world plagued by duplicity and greed.
Bunraku-style puppets are used to portray a range of figures, from the stag referenced in the title, to a towering bear, to an animated statue.