'Hamlet' comes to Nampa

doland@idahostatesman.comOctober 25, 2013 

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See up-and-coming theater stars perform one of the Bard’s masterworks Oct. 29 in The Acting Company’s national tour of “Hamlet.”

See up-and-coming theater stars perform one of the Bard’s masterworks Oct. 29 in The Acting Company’s national tour of “Hamlet.”

Founded in 1972, TAC is considered one of the leading national-touring repertory companies in the country. Created to give young actors a chance to perform, it helped launch the careers of Kevin Kline, Rainn Wilson, Patti LuPone and others.

John Skelley, a young actor out of the Guthrie Theater Training Program, will take on the title role as the Prince of Denmark in this production directed by TAC’s new artistic director, Ian Belknap.

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