Hamlet is one of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies. A tale about Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark, who battles his inner conflicts of revenge, grief, madness, and morality that ensues after the death of his Father, King Hamlet, and the hasty marriage of his mother, Queen Gertrude to his uncle, King Claudius. Who is suspected to of conducting foul play toward the Late King Hamlet.
In the midst of the story, whilst Hamlet's behavior becomes increasingly erratic and threatening, King Claudius who has usurped the throne, is deeply suspicious of Hamlet's new behavior. He crafts a plan to send Hamlet to England under the presumption of a diplomatic mission, though Hamlet is unbeknownst to the immediate planned execution upon his arrival. King Claudius manages to convince Hamlet's lifelong friends, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, to accompany Hamlet and escort him along the journey toward his death.
On the voyage to England, Hamlet's ship is suddenly attacked by pirates. After a melee, Hamlet boards the pirate ship and is then re-escorted back to Denmark with a promise of a reward from Hamlet. Meanwhile, the ship that held Rosencrantz and Guildenstern continued on its way to England, towards their inevitable death.
Join us, as we embark on a journey to discover the truth of what really occurred on Hamlet's Voyage to England.