Hamlet-Mobile is an immersive, site-specific adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet staged in a cargo van. It consists of 8 different short pieces performed for audiences of 1 to 4 people. On a given night, the Hamlet-Mobile parks in a predetermined location then performs one of the eight pieces on a loop for several hours.
Hamlet-Mobile's 2016 iteration ran from October 14 through November 19 at various location around Los Angeles, including the IndieCade Festival of Independent Gaming where it won the "Best Game Design" Award. Hamlet-Mobile premiered at the 2015 Hollywood Fringe Festival where it was nominated for "Best of Dance and Physical Theater."
Hamlet-Mobile was published in the Applause anthology Best Plays From American Theater Festivals 2015.
WINNER - "Best Game Design" / IndieCade Festival of Independent Games 2016
NOMINEE - "Best of Dance and Physical Theater" / Hollywood Fringe Festival 2015
LA Weekly - Hamlet...in a Van
KCRW's "Opening the Curtain" - An Audience of One
Los Angeles Review of Book - Break-Up Sex In A Hamlet-Mobile
LA Weekly - Hollywood Fringe Fest 2015: What You Should See
Stage Raw - Hamlet-Mobile (RECOMMENDED)
Arts Beat LA - Exit Review of Hamlet-Mobile
Turnstyle News - LOOK FOR THE VAN!
ABOUT THE TEAM
Director + Writer | Lauren Ludwig
Producer | Monica Miklas
Cast | J.B. Waterman, Elizabeth Prestel, Heather Gottlieb, Hunter Seagroves, Frank Smith, Eli Weinberg
Production Designer | Shing Yin Khor
Costume Designer | Rachel Weir
Lighting Designer | Brandon Baruch
Sound Designer | Dave McKeever