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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