Welcome, dear Rosencrantz and Guildenstern! I am sure you have heard of Hamlet's transformation. I believe it is more than just his father's death.
Of course! Just command us and we will find out what is wrong with him your majesties.
Good gentlemen, he is surely to talk to you both. If you find out what is bothering him, you will be rewarded, handsomely.
Thanks, Guildenstern and gentle Rosencrantz.
Heavens make our presence and practices pleasant and helpful for him.
The Ambassadors from Norway have returned your majesty. As well, I have found the very cause of Hamlet's lunacy.
Please send in the ambassadors. Speaking of Hamlet, I long to hear the answer for his madness.
I doubt it's anything more than his father's death and our hasty marriage.
This pleases us, we will think and answer soon. You may rest now.
Your Majesties, Young Fortinbras sick father has told him to stop attacking Denmark and go to Poland instead. He has sent a letter to get your permission for entry through Denmark for Poland.
Now for more pressing matters, what about Hamlet?
Hamlet, my lord, has been seeing my daughter Ophelia. I advised her to stay away from him and reject any advances as he is royalty and cannot marry her. She listened to me and as a result, Hamlet has been heartbroken which has caused his insanity. Let me recite these letters and poems he sent to her.
Hamlet has really said all this? It may be true and very likely. Thank you for telling us Polonius.
We must keep an eye on them from now on.
None my Lord; but the world's grown honest.
Mine Honoured Lord, My most dear Lord!
My Lord, we were sent for.
What should we say?
What's the news?
That is not true! Denmark has become a prison. Tell me who sent for you? Were you not sent for?