Paul is thrilled to be reuinting with Centastage in another noir -- this time, it's the world premiere of John Minigan's Noir Hamlet, at the BCA from June 14-30.
From Boston Theatre Scene: "There's nothing wrong with Hamlet that a drink and a gun won't fix. There's never a good time to find yourself on the roof, twelve flights above the sidewalk, not sure if you're alone. Will Hamlet get the better of rival detective Paolo Niro, discover the truth of his father's death, keep his mother Gertrude from marrying the guy who may have aced him, and hold on to the love of his secretary Rae Chio? It's a comedic case with more twists than a gallows necktie, and Hamlet will be lucky to keep his own neck out of the squeezer.
Grab tickets to the show the Boston Herald hailed as "creative" and "rousing" for the summer season here.