What Is the Setting in the Play Hamlet?

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The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark was written and composed by William Shakespeare. It is set in the Kingdom of Denmark and dramatizes the revenge Prince Hamlet exacts on his uncle Claudius for murdering King Hamlet, Claudius's brother and Prince Hamlet's father, and then succeeding to the throne and taking as his wife Gertrude.
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Elsinore Castle in Denmark.
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The play was written by "Shakespeare" in 1601, but is said to take place in the
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Mr. Hamlet is the son of the (assassinated) king and is home from school in Paris. As a prince, he is visiting the royal residence, only to find out that the royal resident is dead.
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1. Read the script of the play you are designing the set for. It is important to have a full understanding of the play itself so you can begin to think about scenery and scene changes
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Hamlet by William Shakespeare
On a dark winter night, a ghost walks the ramparts of Elsinore Castle in Denmark. Discovered first by a pair of watchmen, then by the scholar Horatio, the ghost resembles the recently deceased King Hamlet, whose brother Claudius has inherited...... More »
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