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Lafayette theater presented its production of I Hate Hamlet last week at Buck Hall.

Set in John Barrymore’s old apartment in New York City, the comedy follows a successful television actor as he considers accepting his dream role of playing Hamlet while being haunted by Barrymore’s ghost. The show was directed by Michael O’Neill, associate professor and head of theater.

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