Hamlet: Crazy or Clever?
Updated: 3/10/2020
Hamlet: Crazy or Clever?
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  • We need you to keep an eye on Hamlet. Figure out why he is acting mad.
  • We'll obey. Our services are at your command.
  • What make you at Elsinore?
  • To visit you, my lord, no other occasion.
  • Polonius and I will have to spy on his interaction with Ophelia.
  • And you don't know why he's acting crazy?
  • No, your majesties. He refuses to say why.
  • King Claudius and Queen Gertrude order Guildenstern and Rosencrantz to spy on Hamlet.
  • My lord, I have remembrances of yours that I have longèd long to redeliver. I pray you now receive them.
  • No, not I. I never gave you aught. Go thy ways to a nunnery!
  • Guildenstern and Rosencrantz lie to Hamlet about their reason for visiting.
  • It's not because of Ophelia! I fear that something bad is at play. We must continue to watch him.
  • I still think that he's acting crazy because of Ophelia...
  • Guildenstern and Rosencrantz tell the King and Queen about Hamlet's behavior. Claudius believes that Ophelia is the cause of Hamlet's madness, and plans to spy on them.
  • Don't be too passionate, but don't be too tame. Act natural.
  • Exaggeration has no place in the theater.
  • King Claudius and Polonius spy on Ophelia and Hamlet. Hamlet insults Ophelia and insists that he never loved her.
  • After spying on Hamlet and Ophelia, Claudius and Polonius are still unsure as to why Hamlet is acting crazy.
  • Hamlet is giving instructions to the actors that are performing in the play that is reenacting King Hamlet's death.
  • I warrant your honor.
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