"With a daring and depth few of his American contemporaries seem set to match, Kevin Kline has both starred in and directed 'Hamlet' for the N.Y. Shakespeare Festival. Now with the felicitous addition of Kirk Browning as co-director, he has brought his indelible 'Hamlet' to television, where, as The New York Times, stated, "it is eloquent, moving and at times thrilling. The shrewdly edited version uses tight close-ups and captures small crowd scenes without a sense of confinement. The teleplay flows with commendable grace from beginning to end, all urged on by Kline's intelligent interpretation."

"Eloquent, moving, and at times thrilling."- The New York Times

1990, Drama, 180 minutes, Color

Cast: Kevin Kline , Dana Ivey , Diane Venora

Written by: William Shakespeare

Music by: Bob James

Directed by: Kevin Kline

Produced by: Kimberly Myers and Iris Merlis

Executive Producer: Jac Venza

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, Great Performances 1990

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