Live Theater in Second Life : Hamlet I, i

Feb 25 2008 Published by under Second Life, Second Life Events

The Second Life Shakespeare Company has the ambitious goal of putting on a live production of Hamlet in-world, using voice and either actors controlling their avatars, or (they hope) their own bot technology for doing more sophisticated movement. They've already made one Machinema version of Act I, Scene i. Starting this Thursday (Feb. 28), they'll be doing several live performances of Act I, Scene i (with a bit of stuff thrown in from a later scene). This performance will only last about 10 minutes, but it is kind of interesting to be trying to do live theater in world.

I auditioned for the SLSC, and will be playing the role of Francisco (the smallest part, it turns out) in the upcoming performance.

Poster

Update: for those of you not versed in Second Life lore, SLT = "Second Life Time", which is the same as pacific time (PST right now).

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