Hamlet

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  • Hamlet Storyboard By : Demi Evans Theme : Revenge
  • Act 1
  • In this act, Hamlet hears of the watchmen seeing his dead father as a ghost. He wants to meet him. While he talks to hamlet, he tells him that Claudius killed him, and said he wants hamlet to get revenge.
  • Act 2
  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are sent to spy on Hamlet by Claudius. They find out a group of actors are coming through their area. Hamlet asks them to perform the Murder of Gonzago, but replace some lines that will upset Claudius and show his guilt for killing king Hamlet.
  • Act 3
  • The is the scene of which Hamlet gives his "to be or not to be" speech. He tells Ophelia to "get thee to a nunnery", which upsets her a great deal. While the play is going on, Claudius gets deeply disturbed, and orders the play to be stopped. His mother wants to talk with Hamlet in her room, and during their conversation, hamlet kills Polonius by stabbing him through the curtain.
  • Act 4
  • During this act Claudius and Laertes are planning to kill hamlet by either poisoning him, or stabbing him with a poison dipped sword. We find out that Ophelia has drowned, presumably by suicide. Hamlet says that his "thoughts be bloody" because he is upset.
  • Act 5
  • Ophelia's VERY dramatic funeral has taken place. Afterward, Laertes and Hamlet are sword fighting to avenge the death of Polonius. Polonius is using his poison dipped sword. Laertes wounds hamlet with the poisoned sword. While no one is paying attention, the queen accidentally drinks a poisoned drink, and dies. Hamlet has been wounded by the sword. He then stabs Laertes. Hamlet then stabs and kills the king. Hamlet dies as result of the poison, and we find out that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern have been killed
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