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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Michael Kahn
For the manic, disaffected, youthful energy Jeffrey Carlson brings to the role of "Hamlet," he could be starring in "Spring Awakening." Director Michael Kahn's production of Shakespeare's introspective revenge tragedy shares with the newly minted Tony Award winner for best musical a certain wildness and the hormonal angst of misunderstood youth.
"I don't think any new facts are going to come to light. They're buried with Shakespeare," says Mr. Kahn. "But people believe conspiracy theories very quickly these days, and a lot of young people are going to believe this movie."
"I am so honored to have the work of the Shakespeare Theatre Company recognized in this way," said the company's artistic director, Michael Kahn. "This is a very touching tribute to have the work of all of the artists and staff who have been a part of our 25-year history acknowledged."