Jude Law Proving Hamlet Doubters Wrong
Yay Jude! Sorry.
Jude Law as turned doubters into believers from audiences and critics alike for his performance in Hamlet in London. Law received whistles and cheers at a production of Hamlet in which he plays the title role. Law mouthed “thank you” at the audience for their reception.
Law played the role with a lightness of touch that raised laughter in the right places. His “to be or not to be” speech was delivered amid a backdrop of falling snow.
Doctor Who star David Tennant recently played Hamlet in a critically acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company production.
Law, aged 36, was recently quoted by the Daily Telegraph as saying: “Hamlet is a bit like a great song that’s been covered by a load of different singers.” He said it was a part he had always wanted to play adding: “Every job is a little daunting. This is a little more daunting than others.”
Daily Telegraph critic Charles Spencer said, “the evening firmly belonged to Law, who joins the modern pantheon of spellbinding sweet princes with a performance of rare vulnerability and emotional openness.”
It’s glad to see Jude’s talents finally making more noise that his conquests.
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Gallery Info: A surprised Jude Law greets fans and signs autographs after his performance in ‘Hamlet’ at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London