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A NEW youth theatre group, pictured, has been launched in Salisbury.
Salisbury Stage’s debut performance was an abridged version of Hamlet before a packed audience at the Merlin Theatre in Frome on October 18, as part of the national Shakespeare Schools Festival.
The play, directed by Amanda Morgan and Rowena Greenaway, saw Hamlet, a disaffected, resentful, hoodie-wearing youth played by Suzi Cetintas, intent on avenging his father’s death by killing his wicked uncle, Claudius, Beth Ford, and his duplicitous mother Gertrude, Megan Sanger.
Salisbury Stage is looking for new members for its next production, Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, to be performed in January.
The group is also appealing to businesses for help with advertising, sponsorship, and marketing or to offer a permanent home for rehearsals.
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